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STATE OF ILLINOIS, 



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TWENTY-FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 



CONVENED JANUARY 2, 1 S65. 



SPRINGFIELD: 

BAKER & PHILLIPS, PRINTERS. 

1865. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL: page. 

An act to provide for the appointment, and designate the rank, fix the pay, and pre- 
scribe the duties of the adjutant general of Illinois. 1 

APPEALS: 

An act to amend the law allowing appeals to the supreme court 3 

APPROPRIATIONS : 

An act to defray the expenses of the state government not otherwise provided for. 4 
An act to provide for the ordinary and contiugent expenses of the government 

until the adjournment of the next regular session of the general assembly 6 

An act making certain appropriations not otherwise provided for 9 

An act m iking appropriations for the pay of the officers and members of the next 

genera! assembly, and for the salaries of the officers of the government 14 

An act making appropriations for the ordinary expenses of the state institutions, 

for the years 1865 a'nd 1866 • • • 16 

An act making appropriations (or the completion of the east wing of the Illinois 

State Hospital fir the Insane 17 

An act to appropriate twenty five thousand dollars, to purchase the tract of land 

in which repose the remains of Stephen A. Douglas 18 

An act to furnish the governor's mansion 19 

An act to provide for the postage of the present general assembly 19 

BANK COMMISSIONERS : 

An act to abolish the office of bank commissioners 20 

BANK NOTE PLATES: 

An act to define the duties of the auditor in regard to the preparation of bank note 
plates and impressions, and to afford greater security in the safe keeping of the 
same 20 

BILLS OF DISCOVERY: 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to dispense with bills of discovery in 
certain cases " 21 

BONDS: 

An act to provide for the payment of interest of certain state bonds 21 

An act to provide for the payment of the interest on the sterling bonds of the state. 22 
An act to provide for refunding certain state bonds ,,,..,..... 22, 



4 CONTENTS. 

COMMISSIONERS: page. 
An act to amend "An act to authorize the appointment of commissioners to take 
the proof ;md acknowledgment of deeds and other instruments, and to administer 
oaths, in other states and territories," approved February 17, 1851 23 

CORPORATIONS: 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the formation of corporate 
companies for the purpose of mining and transportation," by a general law, 
approved June 22, I 852 23 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the formation of corporate 
companies for the purpose of mining and transportation," by a general law, 
approved June 22, 1852 24 

An act to authorize corporations to act by attorney 24 

COURTS, SUPREME: 

An act to fix the place of holding of the supreme court fur the first division at Cairo, 
and to fix the time of holding the terms of the supreme court 25 

An act to attach the county of McLean to the second grand division, for judicial 
purposes 25 

CIRCUIT COURTS: 

An act to change the time of holding courts in the fourth judicial circuit 26 

An act to fix the times of holding courts in the fifth judicial circuit 27 

An act to amend an act entitled '' An act respecting the practice in chancery in 
cases in the seventh judicial circuit, in this state," passed February 12, 1853, so 
that said act shall apply to the eleventh judicial circuit, in this state 27 

An act to change the time of holding courts in twelfth judicial circuit, and lessen 
the time of holding said court in the county of Wabash, of said circuit 28 

An act to fix the time of holding courts in the county of DeKalb and state of Illi- 
nois, and to regulate the practice thereof 29 

An act to fix the times of holding courts in the sixteenth judicial circuit 29 

An act to attach certain counties therein named to the seventeenth judicial circuit 
of this ; tate, and other purposes therein named 30 

An act to change the time of holding court in the twenty-sixth judicial circuit, and 
to change the fall term of the circuit court of Alexander county, and to change 
the time of holding circuit court in Perry county 31 

An act to change the times of holding courts in the twenty-seventh judicial circuit, 
and to attach certain counties thereto, and to fix the times for holding courts 
therein, and for other purposes 32 

An act to regulate the practice in the circuit court of DuPage county, in the 
twenty-eighth judicial circuit 33 

An act to change the time of holding courts in the county of DuPagn, in the 28th 
judicial circuit 34 

An act to regulate the terms of the circuit court of Will county, and for other 
purposes 34 

An act to change the time of holding the September term of the circuit court in 
the county of Kendall, in the ninth judicial circuit, in the state of Illinois .... 34 

An act to change the time of holding the June term of the Winnebago county 
circuit court 35 

An act giving circuit courts concurrent jurisdiction with incorporated towns and 
cities, and punish violations of the liquor law by indictment ... 35 

An act to amend an act entitled " An act to regulate practice in the courts of 
the county of Kane and state of Illinois," approved February 14, 1863, and to 
repeal certain sections therein 36 

An act to extend the jurisdiction of courts of chancery in cases of foreclosure 
of mortgages 36 

COUNTY COURTS: 

An act to amend section six of an act entitled " An act to amend an ;;et entitled 
'An act to establish the Cook county court,' " approved February 21, A.D. 1845, 
and for other purposes 36 

An act to repeal an act extending the jurisdiction of the county court of the 
county of Jasper 37 

An act to extend the jurisdiction of the county court of LaSallc county 37 



CONTENTS. O 

CITY COURTS: page. 

An act. to further regulate the practice in the courts of common pleas of the cities 

of Aurora and Elgin, and in the circuit court of Kane county 38 

An act in relation to the court of common pleas of the city of Cairo 41 

An act to repeal an act to establish a register's office in the city of Cairo 42 

An act to repeal so much of an act entitled 'An act to establish recorders' courts 
in the cities of LaSal e and Peru," approved February 19, 1859, as provides for 
the establishment of such court in the city of LaSalle, and the act amendatory 
thereof, approved February 18, 1SG1, so far as it applies to the recorder's court 
of the city of LaSalle, and for other purposes therein named 42 

CUSTOM HOUSE AT CHICAGO: 

An act to cede jurisdiction to the United States over certain lands joining the 
custom house in Chicago 44 

COUNTY AND CITY DEBTS: 

An act relating to county and c'ty debts, and to provide for the payment thereof by 
taxation in such counties and cities 44 

DOWER: 

An act in relation to the assignment of dower 48 

An act authorizing a wife whose husband is a lunatic or distracted person, to release 
dower in cei tain cases 49 

DRAINAGE : 

An act to facilitate the drainage of wet lands 50 

EDUCATION: 

An act for the benefit of the board of education of the state of Illinois 53 

ELECTIONS: 

An act for the registry of electors, and to prevent fraudulent voting 54 

An act to enable the qualified electors of this state, absent therefrom in the mili- 
tary service of the United States, in the army or navy thereof, to vote 59 

ENLISTMENTS: 

An act to prevent enlistments in this state of persons as substitutes for citizens of 
other states 63 

FEES: 

An act in relation to fees of state's attorneys 65 

An act in relation to the fees of the secretary of state 65 

An act in relation to the fees of certain officers in certain counties therein named. 05 
An act to regulate the fees and compensation of sheriffs and collectors in certain 

counties 69 

GAME: 

An act for the preservation of game 73 

GRAIN : 

An act in relation to the transportation of grain and other produce 75 

HEALTH, BOARD OF: 

An act to provide for a board of health in each township in those counties adopting 
township organization 75 

HOME FOR CHILDREN OF DECEASED SOLDIERS: 

An act to establish a home for the children of deceased soldiers 76 



6 CONTENTS. 

IDIOTS, ETC., SCHOOL FOR: page. 

An act to organize an experimental school for the instruction and training of idiots 
and feeble minded children in the state of Illinois *78 

INDEXES TO COURT RECORDS: 

An act requiring the clerks of the circuit courts (and county courts having 
common law jurisdiction) of the several counties in this state to keep indexes 
to their court records *79 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD : 

An act to require the Illinois Central railroad company to pay a tax on all their 
property, not exempt by the laws of its charter, and to require the purchasers 
of hind from said company to pay a tax upon said lands 80 

ILLINOIS DIGEST: 

An act providing for the purchase of certain copies of the third volume of the Illi- 
nois Digest 82 

ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL: 

An act to provide for the completion of the Illinois and Michigan Canal, upon the 
plan adopted by the state in 18o6 S3 

An act to authorize the bo;;rd of trustees of the Illinois and Michigan canal to 
appraise and sell tracts, lots and islands 84 

INSANE 1'ERSONS, ETC.: 

An act in relation to insane persons and the Illinois state hospital for the insane. . 85 

LANDS: 

An act providing for the sale of certain lands therein contained 86 

LIBRARY, STATE: 

An act in relation to the state library 87 

LIFE INSURANCE: 

An act in regard to life insurance 88 

MACALISTER & STEBBINS BONDS: 

An act requiring the holders of the so-called Macalister & Stebbins bonds to sur- 
render the same by July 1st, 1865, under certain penalties, or by January 1st, 
1866, under other and heavier penalties 89 

MAPS, PLATS, ETC.: 

An act in relation to the maps, plats, field notes, and other documents pertaining 
to the United States survejs in this state 90 

MARINE HOSPITAL: 

An act to enable the United States to build a marine hospital in the county 
of Cook, Illinois 90 

MECHANICS' LIENS: 

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 " 91 

NATIONAL CEMETERY FOR SOLDIERS: 

An act to provide for the preparation of the Soldiers' National Cemetery at Get- 
tysburgh, Pennsylvania 91 



CONTENTS. ( 

ORDNANCE, CHIEF OF: page. 
An act to provide for the appointment, fix the pay and prescribe the duties of 
chief of ordnance of the state of Illinois 92 

PRINTED RECORDS: 

An act to authorize and legalize the use of printed records by the clerks of the 
several circuit and county courts, and fur other purposes 93 

PRINTING AND BINDING: 

An act to reduce the several acts in rel ition to printing and binding into one act, 
and to amend the same 93 

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, upon his private account. . 100 

RAFTS OF LUMBER, ETC. : 

An act in relation to rafts of lumber and saw-logs in the Mississippi river ' 101 

An act relating to rafts and lumbermen 101 

RAILROADS: 

An act to amend the law for the consolidation of railroads 102 

An act to amend the law for the consolidation of railroads 102 

An act to subject railroad companies to pay damages for violating city or town 
ordinances 103 

REPORTS OF SUPREME COURT: 

An act in relation to the reports of the decisions of the supreme court 103 

REVISED STATUTES: 

An net to amend chapter nine of the revised statutes, entitled "Attachments in cir- 
cuit courts" 104 

An act to amend chapter ten of the revised statutes of 1845, of the state of Illi- 
nois, entitled "Attachments of boats and vessels" 104 

An act to repeal section sixteen (16) of division III, chapter XXX, of the revised 
Btatutes, all of chapter LXXIV of said revised statutes, and an act entitled ''An 
act to prevent the immigration of free negroes into this state," commonly known 
as the " black laws" 105 

An act to amend chapter XXX of the revised statutes, entitled "Criminal Juris- 
prudence " 105 

An act to amend section sixty-two of chapter XXX of the revised statutes, entitled 
" Criminal Jurisprudence," and for other purposes 106 

An act to amend chapter XXXIV of the revised statutes of eighteen hundred and 
forty-five, entitled " Dower " 107 

An act to amend chapter XLIII of the revised statutes, entitled "Forcible Entry 
and Detainer" 107 

An act to amend chapter XLVII of the revised statutes, entitled "Guardians and 
Wards " 109 

An act to amend chapter L of the revised statutes of 1815 109 

An act to amend chapter LX of the revised statutes of 1845, entitled "Landlords 
and Tenants " 110 

An act to amend chapter XCIII of the revised statutes Ill 

SCHOOLS: 

An act to amend the school law 112 

An act to repeal so much of the school law as exempts school officers from serving 

on juries in courts of record 125 

An act to amend the school law 125 

SHEEP: 

An act to punish persons for bringing diseased sheep into the state, and for suffer- 
ing diseased sheep to run at large 12C 



8 CONTENTS. 

STATE MILITARY AGENTS: page. 
An act to authorize the governor to appoint military state agents 12^ 

STATUTE LAWS: . 

An act to perfect the f tatute laws of this state 12*7 

TELEGRAPH: 

An act to regulate the transmission of communications by telegraph 128 

TIME AND INTEREST: 

An act to define more accurately the method of computing time and interest or 
discounts for days and months ... 128 

TOWNS AND CITIES: 

An act to extend the jurisdiction of towns and cities on any river within or on the 
borders of this state, for the purpose of police regulations Ill 

TREES, FRUIT, ETC.: 

An act for the protection of fruit, fruit and ornamen'al trees, shrubbery, and vege- 
table products ' 129 I 

An act for the protection of growing fi uil 129 

TAXES, ETC.: 

An act to mr.ke United States legal tender notes and postage currency receivable 
for taxes, and for redemption from tax sales 130 

VACATION OF STREETS, ETC.: 

An act in relation to the vacation of streets, squares, lanes, alleys and highways. . 13 > 

VENUE : 

An act to authorize the change of venue in certain cases 131 

WAR FUND, ETC. : 

An act to authorize the payment of accounts against the war fund, barred by the 

limitation as to time of presentation 132 

An act for the transfer of the war fund to the revenue fund 132 

WATCHMEN FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS: 

An act providing for the appointment of watchmen for the public buildings in the 
city of Springfield, and for the payment of the same 133 

JOINT RESOLUTIONS 134-137 



PUBLIC LAWS 



ADJUTANT GENERAL. 



AN ACT to provide for the appointment, and designate the rank, fix the pay, In force Februa- 
and prescribe the duties of the adjutant general of Illinois. ry-2,1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the gov- ^nVTdj^tant 
ernor of this state shall appoint an adjutant general, with general. 
the rank of brigadier general, who shall keep his office at Rank, 
the capital of this state ; and said office, with the rank afore- office at capital, 
said, shall be continued during the existence of the present Termof office , 
rebellion against the government of the United States, and 
so long thereafter, and no longer, as, in the opinion of the 
governor of this state, said office is necessary to the interest 
of the military affairs of the same. 

§ 2. Said adjutant general shall be, ex-offieio, chief of chief of staff, 
staff to the governor, and inspector general of the state, and 
he shall discharge all duties incident or pertaining to said 
positions, as laid down and prescribed by the regulations 
for the government of the United States army. 

§ 3. He shall issue, sign and transmit all orders of the to issue aii or- 
governor of this state, relative to the militia or the military 
organizations thereof, and to the carrying into execution the 
laws of the United States or of this state, concerning or 
connected with military affairs and perfecting the military 
discipline, now or hereafter established by law. 

§ 4. He shall be charged with all the military corres- To preserve cot- 
pondence of this state, and shall carefully preserve the same an S d°keep Ce re- 
in his office ; and shall, besides, keep a complete record of cord ' 
all general and special orders, and of all regulations of a 
military character, and cause the same to be published, 
whenever, in the opinion of the governor, the same is nec- 
essary or proper to be done. 

§ 5. He shall keep rolls and roster of all officers com- Ron of commis- 
missioned by the governor, whether in the United States 
service or in the militia, with the number and date of said Date of commit 

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2 ADJUTANT GENERAL. 

commissions, the residence of said officers, and, also, the 
date of all promotions, resignations or discharges of said 
officers from said service. 
Bon* of vohm- 8 6. He shall cause to be made and kept in his office 
copies of all muster-in and muster-out rolls of all volunteers 
or enlisted men from this state, and also all returns, so far 
as the same can be procured, from all regimental organiza- 
tions in the United States' service, from this state ; and, in 
case the same are not furnished by the commanding officers 
of said organizations, he shall apply to the proper authori- 
ties for an order requiring said officers to furnish them to 
his office, to be filed and preserved by him. 
Books _ and § 7. He shall provide the necessary books for his said 
&£* a " office, and all blanks required to be used in the same or by 
officers in the United States service, to make reports and 
returns to said office, or that may be required to carry out 
the provisions of this act and the laws of this state, and fur- 
nish them to those entitled to use them, upon proper requi- 
sitions, or without requisition, if he deem best. 
"Battle nags," § 8. He shall keep, and carefully preserve all "battle 
colors! 8 an flags," trophies and colors committed to the custody of the 
state, by the troops in the United States service from this 
state, with proper inscriptions or memoranda on each, to 
designate and distinguish them. 
To make annual § 9. He shall, annually, on the first day of January, in 
report to gov- eac ^ y earj submit a written report of the transactions per- 
taining to the duties of his office, for the preceding year, 
to the governor of this state, with the expenses of the same 
for said year, in which he shall give all such statistics and 
information as may be demed of interest to be known and 
preserved. 
May appoint as- § 10. Said adjutant general is hereby authorized to ap- 
r^niTof assist- point an assistant adjutant general, with the rank of lieu- 
ant, tenant colonel, who shall be assigned to duty in his office, 
salary. and whose salary shall be eighteen hundred dollars ($1800) 
chief cierk. per annum ; one chief clerk, whose salary shall not exceed 
salary. eighteen hundred dollars ($1800) per annum ; and such 
other clerks. other clerks as the business of his office may require, at not 
salary. exceeding one thousand dollars ($1000) per annum; and 
said salaries may be paid to said persons monthly, as the 
same accrues due ; but no appointments to said places, made 
Aii appoint- by hhn, shall be in force until approved bv the governor of 

ments to be ap- «/, • •' ■ r r i n " P. „ •* . 

proved by Gov- this state. In the absence oi the adjutant general irom tins 

when""" assistant state, or in case of his disability the said assistant shall dis- 

principaf M charge the duties of said adjutant general, for the time so 

absent or disabled. 
Pay of adjutant § 11. The adjutant general shall receive for his services, 
as such officer, the same pay, allowances and emoluments, 
as do officers of similar rank in the service of the United 
States. But whenever the governor of this state shall be of 
opinion, as hereinbefore provided, that said office, with 



APPEALS. 3 

said rank, is not "necessary to the interests of the military when soy."*"" 
affairs" of this state, the same may be discontinued by him. «n^e omce. 

§ 12. The adjutant general shall provide for his office a 
seai, with such device and of such design as he may deem Seal of offic *- 
best, and shall file a description and imprint thereof, in the 
office of the secretary of state ; and thereafter all commis- 
sions and official instruments required to be issued or signed ^ rs offi< ^ p £ 
by the adjutant general, and all certificates from said office, 6tale<i - 
shall be sealed with said seal ; and the same shall be evi- 
dence of their legal force and effect, where they are in other 
respects in conformity with the laws of this state ; and all c c ° ^sevidenoT 
copies of all official records and papers in said office, when 
duly certified, under said seal, to be true and correct, shall 
be evidence in all the courts of this state, as other records 
and papers are, when certified under the seal of the officers 
having their custody. 

§ 13. All records and military papers, now on file in m }\^J paper. 

i /«> r> /• i ii i i i « c wlt " secretary 

the office ot secretary ot state, shall be by him transferred of state tran»- 
aud delivered over to the adjutant general, and by him pre- 
served and kept; and they shall constitute a part of the 
records of his office; and, hereafter, no record of a military 
character shall be required to be kept in the office of secre- 
tary of state. And all laws in conflict with this act are ^JJSS? law * 
hereby repealed. 

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

Approved February 2, 1865. 



AN ACT to amend the law allowing appeals to the supreme court. In force Feb. i«, 

° r 1S65. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That appeals 
shall be allowed to the supreme court from all decrees, A PP eals to , 8 °- 

• J j. ii «./.*. ,. n . , .', preme court. 

judgments and orders ot interior courts, from which writs of 
error might be lawfully prosecuted ; and, in granting ap- 
peals, inferior courts shall direct the condition of appeal condition »s 
bonds, with reference to the character of the decree, judg- 
ment or order appealed from. 

§ 2. Authenticated copies of records of decrees, judg- when copies ot 
ments and orders appealed from shall be filed in the office m^wi^c^ 
of the clerk of the supreme court, on or before the second supreme court. 
day of the succeeding term of said court, provided twenty 
days shall have intervened between the date of the decree, 
judgment or order appealed from and the sitting of said 
supreme court ; but it ten days, and not twenty, shall have 
intervened, as aforesaid, then the record shall be filed, as 



4 APPROPRIATIONS. 

aforesaid, on or before the tenth day of said succeeding 
term, 
judgment for § 3. "When appeals from decrees, judgments or orders 
coVy records. e for the recovery of money, and dismissed by the supreme 
court for want of prosecution, or for failing to file authenti- 
cated copies of records, as required by law, the court shall 
enter judgment against the appellant for not less than five 
nor more than ten per cent, damages on the amount recov- 
ered in the inferior court ; for the collection of which the 
appellee shall be entitled to execution as on other judgments. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



in force January AN ACT to defray the expenses of the state government not otherwise pro- 
5, 1305. vided for 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the foi- 
Appropriationto lowing sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are 
**? Trf l stete hereby appropriated to defray the unpaid expenses of the 
government, state government, as contemplated in an act, entitled "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," approved February 14, 
1863, to-wit: 
contingent fund First — A sum, not exceeding ten thousand dollars, as a 
contingent fund, to meet the contingent expenses of the 
state government; and the said sum shall be subject to the 
order of the governor, for defraying all such expenses as are 
unforeseen by the general assembly, or are unprovided for 
by law ; a proper statement of which shall be laid before 
the next general assembly, by the auditor, in his next bien- 
nial report, 
rnei and light for The sum of twenty-five hundred dollars per annum, for 
executive man- ^^ ^^ lights for the executive mansion, and to pay the 
Gardner of exe- services of a competent person to take care of the garden and 
eutive mansion. o-roimds attached to the executive mansion, and other neces- 
sary expenses connected therewith, subject to and to be paid 
cierk executive to the governor upon his order, and necessary clerk hire in 

department. ^is office. 

postage, &c To the executive department, for postage, stationery, and 

other incidental expenses, a sum not exceeding one thousand 

dollars. 
To8ec'yofstate, Second — To the secretary of state's office, for furniture, 
for postage, &c. re p a i rs of office, postage, stationery, books, blanks, binding, 

subscription to periodicals, etc., for the state library, a sum 

not exceeding three thousand dollars. 



ArPEOrKIATIONS. 5 

For fuel and lights for the offices of the state house, and sec'y of state, for 
for the legsislature ; stationery, printing paper, blanks, 8tate h0U8e ' &0 ' 
porterage, and other incidental expenses, necessary in the dis- 
charge of the duties required of him, as secretary of state, a 
sum not exceeding thirty thousand dollars. 

To the secretary of state, for clerk hire, the sum of sixteen ^'^f^**- {0f 
hundred dollars per annum, to be paid in quarterly pay- 
ments. 

To the secretary of state, the sum of two hundred and sec'yof state, &>.- 
fifty dollars, for making index to laws, journals and reports 
of this session of the legislature. 

Third — To the auditor of public accounts, for clerk hire, Auditor, for en: 
a sum not exceeding thirty-five hundred dollars per annum, 
to be paid in quarterly payments. 

To the auditor's office, for furniture, repairs of office, A , udito j- for P° g - 

iii • Till ta s«. «u- 

printing, blanks, postage, stationery, books, and other con- 
tingent expenses, necessary in the discharge of the duties of 
his office, a sum not exceeding six thousand dollars. 

Fourth— To the office of the state treasurer, for books, ^.Jj* ^ rer - 
furniture, postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses, 
necessary in the discharge of his duties as treasurer, a sum 
not exceeding one thousand dollars. 

To the state treasurer, a sum not exceeding twelve hun- cierkof treaaw- 
dred dollars per annum, for clerk hire, to be paid in quarterly 
payments. 

Fifth — To the superintendent of public instruction, the cierk sup't P ub. 
sum of one thousand dollars per annum, for clerk hire, to be 
paid quarterly. 

To the office of the superintendent of public instruction, ^ru^orf'tray- 
a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars per annum, for eiing expense*. 
traveling expenses ; and a further sum ot two thousand 
dollars for repairs, furniture, stationery, postage, printing, For stationer, 
blanks, and other incidental expenses of his office. 

Sixth — To the clerk of the fund commissioner's office, one Clc : r ^. fund com 
thousand dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly : Provided, Proviso, 
that said clerk shall not be employed longer than is neces- 
sary, in the opinion of the governor. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed Auditor to i«*o 

!■■ i .« i i» i warrant. 

to draw his warrant upon the treasurer tor the sums, respec- 
tively, as herein specified ; bills of particulars, in all cases, 
to be filed, where not otherwise provided ; to be certified 
by the proper officers and approved by the governor ; and treasurer to p*jr 
the treasurer shall pay the same out of any money in the 
treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

§ 3. The sum of fifty thousand dollars be and the same For , fc ' ick * nd 

i-i • , i i,i c i woun'd soldiers. 

is hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be neces- 
sary, to be disbursed in aid of the sick and wounded Illinois 
soldiers ; to defray the contingent expenses of the executive contingent ex- 
department ; for the pay of clerks in the governor's office ; dwemort cf e P rk 
of messengers, on public service, by order of the governor ; Messengers. 
of assistants in the adjutant general's office, quartermaster Asa't Adj't Geo. 



6 APPROPRIATIONS. 

q. m. General, general's office, and commissary general's office ; telegraph 

postage, &c. ing, postage, and other incidental expenses : the same to be 
expended as is provided in an act, entitled "An act to pro- 
vide for extraordinary expenditures in the executive depart- 
ment," approved May 2, 1861. 

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

rreaa. to pay on £ 5_ Upon filing with the auditor of public accounts 

warrant of aucl- ° l ° . ,-. , , , , ,-, l , 

i*or. proper vouchers, certified by the proper officer, the auditor 

shall draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the payment 
of the same; and the treasurer shall paj^ the same out of 
any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated : 
Proviso. Provided., that in case payment of the whole or any part 

of the expenses herein provided for has been heretofore 
made, under or by virtue of general laws, other than the act 
of February 14, 1863, before referred to, then such amounts 
so paid shall not be again paid by virtue of this act. 
warrants hereto- § 6. Whereas certain warrants were issued by the audi- 
iu r ditor hU to be tor, on proper vouchers, as contemplated by the act of Feb- 
P aid b>- treas. ruarv \^ 1863, aforesaid, and the same were not recognized 
as legal by the treasurer, and have not been countersigned, 
registered or paid by him ; therefore, be it enacted, that the 
warrants aforesaid are hereby legalized ; and the treasurer 
is hereby required to countersign, register and pay said war- 
rants in the same manner as other auditor's warrants are 
required to be countersigned, registered and paid. 

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

Approved January 25, 1855. 



Im force Feb. 10, AN ACT to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the gov- 
1835. eminent until the adjournment of the next regular session of the general 

assembly. 

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

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

Appropriations i ow j no - sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated to 

for contingent c ' . ■" 'J . ' 

expenses till meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the govern- 
S'aiasse^bfy™" ment until the adjournment of the next regular session of 

the general assembly. 
contingent fund First — A sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars, as a 
Mprlmot. dfr contingent fund, to meet the contingent expenses of the 
State government; and the said sum shall be subject to the 
order of the governor for defraying all such expenses as 
are unforeseen by the general assembly, or are unprovided 
for by law ; a proper statement of which shall be laid before 
the next regular general assembly by the auditor in his 
next biennial report; the sum of four thousand dollars per 



APPROPRIATIONS. 7 

annum for fuel and lights for executive mansion, and to pay F " el for ? xeea 

. ° -i n i i tlve mansion. 

the services ot a competent person to take care ot the garden Gardner of man- 
and grounds attached to the executive mansion, and other slon ' 
necessary expenses connected therewith ; and the further 
sum ^>i thirty-six hundred dollars per annum for clerk hire cierkofgov'nor. 
in his office, subject to and to be paid to the governor quar- 
terly, upon his order ; to the executive department, for post- Postage,^., fox 
age, stationery, and other incidental expenses of the office, a 
sum not exceeding two thousand dollars. 

/Second — To the office of secretary of state, for furniture, sec. of state, sta- 
repairs of office, postage, stationery, books, blanks, binding, lonery ' etc - 
subscription to periodicals, etc., for state library, a sum not 
exceeding three thousand dollars ; for fuel and lights for the Fuel and right- 
offices in the state house, and for the legislature, stationery, 
printing, paper, blanks, porterage, and other incidental ex- 
penses necessary in the discharge of the duties required of 
the secretary of state, a sum not exceeding tifty thousand 
dollars ; to the secretary of state, for clerk hire, the sum of S ci c ei . k hi r f a{e ~ 
twenty-five hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly; 
and the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars for making indexes, lawa, 
index to laws, journals and reports of this session of the journals and 
general assembly. 

Third — To the auditor of public accounts, for clerk hire, Auditor for cierk 
the sum of thirty-live hundred dollars per annum, to be paid 
quarterly ; to the office of auditor of public accounts, for fur- 
niture, repairs of office, printing, blanks, postage, stationery, Auditor's office, 
books, and other contingent expenses necessary in the dis- 
charge of the duties of said office, a sum not exceeding six 
thousand dollars. 

Fourth — To the office of state treasurer, for books, furni- state treasurer, 
ture, postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses nce. ens 
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 sum of two thousand dollars per annum, state treasurer, 

. i • i , , L ' clerk hire. 

to be paid quarterly. 

Fifth — To the office of superintendent of public instruc- Sn P u P ubUe *»- 

.. « / ,. . -,. - 1 . V. n , struction , trav- 

tion, tor traveling expenses, a sum not exceeding rive nun- eiing expenses. 

dred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly ; also, to the 

same, for furniture, reoairs of office, and other incidental ex- Su p 1 - P ubIic in - 

n ,i i r» * ,- • i -, j* . -i. struction, ex- 

penses ot the office not provided tor, a sum not exceeding penses of office. 
one thousand dollars ; to the superintendent of public in- Supt . public in . 
struction, for clerk hire, the sum of fifteen hundred dollars gw&w»i clerk 
per annum, to be paid quarterly ; and, for his own salary, Supt.' public la- 
the sum of two thousand dollars per annum, to be paid Btluctu ' salar y- 
quarterly : Provided, the said salary shall not be paid under 
any other law. 

Sixth — To the clerk of the fund commissioners' office, the cierk-fund oom- 
sum of twelve hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quar- nussloners - 
terly : Provided, that the said clerk shall not be employed Proviso. 
longer than is necessary in the opinion of the governor. 

Seventh — To the department of state geologist, for rent of Geology depart- 



8 APPROPRIATIONS. 

rooms occupied by the geological department, the sum of five 
hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly, and the 
For printing, sum of twenty thousand dollars, to defray the costs and ex- 
report 000 c ° pies penses, printing, engraving and binding three thousand 
copies of the report of the state geologist, in accordance with 
the joint resolution passed by this general "assembly ; and 
the governor and state geologist are hereby authorized and 
contract for empowered to make such contracts for the printing, engrav- 
pnnting report, ing and binding of said copies as the best interests of the 

state and the subject demand, 
porters of state Eighth — To the porters of the state offices, at the rate of 

offices 

two dollars per day, to be paid on the certificate of the sec- 
Penitenti'y com- re tary of state, and thirty dollars to each member of the 

mittee and state J . " , ... 

institutions. committee on the penitentiary and state institutions, 
contingent fund Ninth — The sum of one hundred ttousand dollars, or so 
much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated 
Keiief of ininois as a G07iiingent fund for the relief of sick and wounded sol- 
saiiors." ' diers and sailors of Illinois, and to defray contingent ex- 
penses connected with the military service in this state ; for 
Messengers _ on messengers on public service for this state by order of the 
pubhc semce. g 0vern0 r, and such other unforseen services for the state as 
may be necessary ; the same to be expended in such manner 
and in such sums as the governor shall, in his discretion, 
deem advisable, but no money shall be drawn from this fund 
vouchers requir- except upon the filing of a statement, signed by the gover- 
ed - nor, showing for what purpose the same is drawn ; and the 

bills of particulars shall be filed in the office of the auditor, 
showing how and for what purpose the same was expended. 
"Ke'mandon?' Tenth— That the sum of five" thousand dollars ($5000), is 
hereby appropriated for the purpose of furnishing and repair- 
ing 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- 
°may iJ said" 6 ernor is hereby authorized to dispose of all old and worn out 
furniture about the executive mansion, in such manner as he 
New furniture shall deem best, and supply other good and substantial arti- 
for mansion. c j eg - m pi ace thereof. The governor shall keep an accurate 
Bo emor t r account °f a ^ money received or expended by him, and 
port expend!" shall, at the next session of the general assembly of this 
miuee on public state, report such expenditures to the committee on public 
accounts. . accounts and expenditures, and shall exhibit to said com- 
vouchers requir- mittee vouchers for all money paid out or received by him 

under the provisions aforesaid. 

Ad. General, for Eleventh — To the office of the adjutant general, for clerk 

oierkmre. hfrfy the sum of five thousand dollars per annum, to be paid 

Messengers. quarterly ; for messengers, the sum of four hundred dollars 

stationery, etc. per annum to be paid quarterly ; for stationery, printing, 

postage, telegraphing, furniture, rent of office, fuel, lights, 

expressing, and other incidental expenses necessary in the 

discharge of the duties of said office, a sum not exceeding 

Ad. Gen., salary, fifteen thousand dollars. To the adjutant general, the sum 



APPROPRIATIONS. V 

of three thousand five hundred and ninety-four dollars per 
annum, to be paid quarterly, on his order. To the assistant ^aiary^' 1 Gen '' 
adjutant general, the sum of eighteen hundred dollars per 
annum, to be paid quarterly, on the certificate of the adju- 
tant general. All of the payments made under this eleventh Pate of paym'ts. 
provision to date from the ninth day of January, 1865, in- 
clusive. 

Twelfth — The sum of eight hundred dollars per annum is 
hereby appropriated for clerk hire, to be paid quarterly, 
upon the order of the clerk of the supreme court, for the cierk, supreme 
second grand division, and three hundred dollars per annum court ' 2d div - 
is hereby appropriated to the clerk of the supreme court, of cierk, supremo 

court 1st div 

the first division, payable quarterly upon his order. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed Auditor to draw 
to draw his warrants upon the treasnrer for the sums re- Turt'^to'pay. 63 
spectively herein specified ; bills oi:" particulars in all cases to 
be filed, where not otherwise provided, to be certified by 
the proper officer, and approved by the governor ; and the 
treasurer shall pay the same out of any moneys in the trea- 
sury not otherwise appropriated. 

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

Approved Feb. 16th, 1865. 



AN ACT making certain appropriations not otherwise provided for. In force Feb. 16, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the people of the State of 
Illinois represented in the General Assembly, That the fol- 
lowing sums be and the same are hereby appropriated to A for° pn unpaid 
pay the following bills which are not otherwise provided bills - 
for : 

To James C. Colliding, the sum of three hundred and forVeat. 
twelve dollars and seventy -five cents, for rent of office occu- 
pied by the adjutant general from December 31, 1862, to 
June 12, 1863. 

To George F. Wright, the sum of two thousand six hun- eeorget.wrfght 
dred dollars for painting the portraits of the governors of for povtrait8 ' 
this state, including that of the present governor, to be paid 
upon the certificate of the governor, after said portraits are 
completed. 

To A. Alvey, the sum of one hundred and seventy five A " c ^ y forre ' 
dollars for transcribing records in the office of secretary of 
state. 

To John P. Brooks, the sum of two hundred and nine John p. Brooks 
dollars for interest paid by him as superintendent of public for interest - 
in traction, for money advanced for the contingent expenses 
of said office, during the last two years. 



10 APPROPRIATIONS. 

J °and K john e a! To Jolm Kuecherer and John G. Baps, the sum of one 
Raps, extra as hundred dollars each, for extra services, as porters in the 
state house, during the years 1863 and 1864. 

Miiton e. Mor- To Milton E. Morreil, the sum of two thousand three 
hundred and seventy-two dollars, for services and expenses 
as allotment commissioner appointed by the governor to 
procure allotments for the families of Illinois soldiers, and 
the further sum of twelve hundred and eighty six dollars 

Lewis Ellsworth. anc } sixty-six cents, to Lewis Ellsworth, for like service. 

A ffiofficf. ene " To tne office oi ' tne adjutant general, the sum of nine 
thousand nine hundred and forty-three dollars and seventy- 
four cents, to pay for rent, hooks, stationary, printing, furni- 
ture, telegraphing, express charges and other incidental ex- 
penses of said office, from January 1st, 1863, to January 
9th, 1865, not including any compensation to the adjutant 
general during said time : bills of particulars to be certified 
by the adjutant general, and approved by the governor. 

%Fate S s angerf<>r , To L. P. Sanger, the sum of six hundred and seventy- 
five dollars, for engraving plates and printing bonds under 
the provisions of an act entitled "an act to provide for the 
payment of certain awards in relation to the Thornton loan, 
reported by Judges Treat, Caton and Scates, commission- 
ers, appointed by the state." Approved February 21, 1861. 

Baiihache & Ba- To Bailhache & Baker, the sum of thirteen hundred and 
five dollars and fourteen cents, for ten thousand covers for 
volume number four, agricultural reports. 

Baiihache & Ba- To Bailhache & Baker, the sum of two hundred and 
fifty-three dollars and nineteen cents, for printing reports, 
and publishing notices ordered by the bank commissioners. 

B t" r ache & Ba " To Bailhache & Baker, the sum of two hundred and 
fifty-three dollars and nineteen cents, for printing reports 
and publishing notices ordered by the bank commissioners. 

Baker & Phillips. To Baker & Phillips, the sum of sixty-two dollars and 
seventy-five cents, for printing reports and publishing no- 
tices ordered by the bank commissioners. 

clergymen '. of To the several clergymen, nine in number, who officiated 
assem y. ag suc ] 1 d ur iijg the session of the 23d general assembly, the 
sum of twenty-five dollars, to be certified by the secretary 
of state. 

Alfred Webster. To Alfred Webster, the sum of sixty-five dollars for per 
diem and mileage for attendance upon the 23d general as- 
sembly, as a contestant for senator, from the 21st senatorial 
district, vice Pickett. 

f. e. Payne. To F. E. Payne, the sum of fifty-four dollars and five 

cents, for locks and keys and repairs for desks in the two 
houses and state offices in the state house. 

For newspapers A sum sufficient to pay for the newspapers furnished to 

tor members i " 

general assem- the rnembers and officers of this general assembly, to be 
bly ' paid upon the certificates of the clerks and speakers of the 

respective houses, approved by the governor, 
officers and men A sum not exceeding six thousand five hundred dollars is 

of arsenal. D 



APPKOP BIATION S. 11 

hereby appropriated to pay for officers and men in charge 
of the arsenal, and other expenses in and about the same 
during the last two years, to be paid upon the filing of bills 
of particulars by the persons entitled thereto, approved by 
the governor; and a like sum is also hereby appropriated, 
or as much thereof as may be necessary to pay said officers, 
men, and expenses as aforesaid, for the next two years, to 
be paid as above. 

To the extra clerks of the senate and house of represen- Extra clerks of 
tatives, during this session of the Legislature, each the sum houS and 
of eight dollars per day during the time they were employ- 
ed, to be certified by the speaker of their respective houses. 

To the clerks of committees, the sum of eight dollars per cierks of coo- 
day, to be certified as above. mittees. 

To the pages, employed in the two houses, each the sum Pages. 
of two dollars per day, to be certified as above. 

To the page employed in the office of the secretary of Pa ?c of secretary 
state, a like sum per day, the number of days to be certified of state ' 
by the secretary of state. 

To the porters, firemen, mail carriers, and other em- Porters, firemen, 

i \_ ii • • l i o 1,1 ,. ,. ma 1 ' carriers 

ployees not otherwise provided tor, each the sum oi four and employee* 
dollars per day, during the session, to bo certified by the re- 
spective speakers of each house. 

To the secretaries employed in the governor's office, the secretaries at 
Bum of six dollars each, per day, during the session, to be goveinor - 
certified by the governor. 

To the clerk in the library, the sum of .five dollars per cierk in library. 
day during the session. 

To the clergymen, who have officiated during this ses- clergymen of 
sion, each the sum of twenty-five dollars, to be certified by 
the secretary of state. 

A sum sufficient to defray the expenses of witnesses at- witnesses beib.w 
tending before the committees of either house, the same to 
be certified by the chairman of the respective committees, 
and by the speaker of the house or senate, as the case may 
be, the amount to any such witness, not to exceed necessary 
traveling expenses and two dollars per day, during actual 
attendance, as a witness. 

The sum of four hundred dollars, or so much as may be Agents to pro- 
necessary to pay the expenses, and for the services of the of Illinois aoi- 
agents of the state of Illinois, who went to .Washington, dlels ' 
under the order of Governor Yates, to procure the dis- 
charge of certain Illinois soldiers from service in the marine 
artillery, so-called, the amount of such expenses and the 
value of such services, to be certified to by Governor 
Yates. 

To the Alton Bank, the sum of two hundred and seventy- Alton Bank - 
five dollars, being the balance clue on a draft drawn by Gov- 
ernor Yates on said bank, May 13, 1861, for war purposes. 

To Thomas Lewis, the sum of two hundred and four clol- Thomas ^wis. 
lars and fifty cents for publishing the proceedings of the 



12 APPROPRIATIONS. 

general assembly at the 23d session thereof, in the Union 

Herald, being the same amount allowed to the State Journal 

and the State Register, for like publication. 

W *nd L c. E.'clrr To William L. Church and Clark E. Carr, each the sum 

expenses to of seventy-five dollars for expenses incurred in going: to and 

Gettysburg. * t~t ±1 i t-» i ■ i • ° ,> •-. 

trom Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, under appointment ot Gov- 
ernor Yates, as commissioners to represent the state of Illi- 
nois, at the inauguration ceremonies of the Soldiers' Na- 
tional Cemetery. 

policemen of To the policemen in attendance during the session, the 
sum of four dollars per day, to be certified by the secretary 
of state. 

rorters. To the porters employed by the secretary of state, each 

the sum of one dollar extra per day, during the session, to 
be certified by the secretary of state. 

John Jackson. To John Jackson, for services in cleaning and attendance, 
the sum of four dollars per day, during the session. 

"journal S and To the -Illinois State Journal and to the State Register, 
state Register, each the sum of five dollars per column of nonpareil type, 
for publishing the proceedings of this general assembly, to 
be certified by the secretary of state, the columns of the 
Register to be equal to the Journal ; and the further sum of 
five dollars per column of nonpareil type, for publishing the 
public laws of the session, to be certified by the secretary of 
state, the columns of the Register to be equal to the Jour- 
nal. 

S v?nV C n,? r ^n!,1" The sum of one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as 

1 1.11 IlUlr pi 0V1- ^ ' . 

ded for. may be necessary, is hereby appropriated to pay for any 

services rendered, or material furnished, for the use of this 
general assembly, not otherwise provided for; bills of par- 
ticulars to be certified by the proper officer and approved 
by the governor. 

'teeVooms.™ 11111 " ^ mm sufficient to pay the rent of rooms or offices occu- 
pied by committees during this session of the legislature, to 
be certified by the chairman of the proper committee, and 
approved by the governor. 

R h?ule S and fence ^ Bum not exceeding two thousand dollars is hereby 
appropriated for repairs in and about the state house and 
fence around the same, bills to be certified by the secretary 
of state and approved by the governor. 

R nai ahs ° f arse " -^ sum not exceeding one thousand dollars is hereby 
appropriated for repairs in and about the arsenal, to be paid 
upon the order of the governor, upon bills of particulars, to 
be filed in the auditor's office, said bills being first approved 
by the governor. 

industrial coi- To each member of the committee appointed during this 

lege committee. . . ,. ,. . „ ■*, * f , .-, ! ~i, 

session, in relation to the location oi the industrial college, 
the sum of thirty dollars for expenses. 
Trf'co^an av " ^° ^ ie Western Engraving Company, the sum of two 
hundred dollars for engraving and printing diagrams of the 
senate and house of representatives. 



APPKOPIATIONS. 13 

To the secretary of the senate and the clerk of the house, secretary of the 
the sum of two dollars per day for extra services during the nious" d clerk 
present session. 

To the reporters and assistant reporter of the house of Reporters and 
representatives, appointed at this session, the sum of ten 
dollars per day during the session, and to the assistant 
reporters the sum of eight dollars per day during the ses- 
sion, to be certified by the speakers of their respective 
houses. 

A sum sufficient to pay the board of medical examiners Medical exami- 
for services rendered during the years 1862, and 18G3, to be ners " 
paid upon bills of particulars to be sworn to by said exami- 
ners, and approved by the governor. 

To Wood and Docken, the sum of seventy-one dollars wood &Dceken. 
and fifty cents, for setting glass, etc., in the state house, to 
be certified by the secretary of state. 

To Baker & Phillip 53 , the sum of twenty-live hundred Baker &phiiii P s. 
dollars, being the balance due on the printing for the session 
of 1863, as per their account rendered, and to be certified 
to be correct by the secretary of state. 

To Bichard Yates, the sum of three thousand dollars to Richard Yates. 
repay him for amounts not heretofore sufficiently provided 
for, for fuel and lights for executive mansion and to pay 
gardener, to take care of garden and grounds attached to 
the executive mansion, and other necessary expenses con- 
nected therewith, subject to be paid to him upon his order. 

To the assistant postmaster of the senate at this session, Assistant post- 
the sum of two dollars per day during the session, in acldi- senate, extra! 9 
tion to his pay as page, to be certified by the speaker of the 
senate. 

To John R. Ho wlett, fifty dollars for compiling legislative JohnR.iiowiett. 
directory. 

To the assistant secretaries of the senate, the sum of two Assistant secre- 
dollars per day each, tor extra pay for services during this extra? 
session, and in addition to the sum of six dollars per day, 
already provided to be paid them. 

To the assistant clerks of the house of representatives, Assistant cierta 
two dollars per day each, fur extra pay for services during extra 1 ! 6 hous<? ' 
this session, and in addition to the sum of six dollars per 
day, already provided to be paid them. 

To the enrolling and engrossing clerks and their assist- Enrolling and 
ants of the senate and house of representatives, the sum of c?eS°s BB anl as- 
two dollars per day each, for extra pay for services during ate^and hou*"' 
this session, and in addition to the sum already provided to extra - 
be paid them. 

To Burton C. Cook, the sum of one hundred dollars for b. c. cook, 
legal services rendered upon the order of governor Yates 
in investigating the matter of the Stebbins and Macalister 
claim, at the last session of the general assembly of this 
state. 

To the sergeant and assistant sergeant-at-arms of the Sergeant and as- 

° ° Bistant of sen- 

ate, extra. 



14 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



Doorkeeper and 
assistant, extra. 



D. J. Snow. 

J. C. Miller. 
Ja3per Martin. 

0. Sampson. 



Auditor to draw 
warrant. 



Treasurer to pay 



Per diem and 

mileage of mem- 
bers and speak- 
ers to be paid in 
gold. 



senate, and to the doorkeeper and assistant doorkeepers of 
the house of representatives, the sum of two dollars each, 
per diem in addition to the sum now provided to be paid by 
law. 

To D. J. Snow, the sum of eight dollars per day for ser- 
vices as reporter. 

To J. C. Miller, the sum of eight dollars per day for ser- 
vices as reporter. 

To Jasper Martin, the sum of two dollars per day for 
extra services as fireman and janitor during this session. 

To 0. Sampson, policeman, the sum of six dollars per day 
during the session, and no more. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed 
to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the payment of 
the sums provided for, upon the filing of bills of particulars, 
certified by the governor, where not otherwise provided, 
and the treasurer shall pay the same out of any money not 
otherwise appropriated. 

And the per diem and mileage of the members of the 
present general assembly, and of the speaker of the senate 
and the speaker of the house shall be paid out of the state 
treasury in gold coin. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT making appropriations for the pay of the officers and members of 
18S5. the next general assembly, and for the salaries of the officers i;f the gov- 

ernment. 



Appropriations 
for next gene- 
ral assembly. 



Speakers of sen- 
ate and house. 



Mileage. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the fol- 
lowing appropriations be and the same are hereby made to 
the members and officers of the next general assembly, and 
for the salaries of the officers of government: 

1st. To the speakers of the senate and house of represen- 
tatives, each, the sum of three dollars per day for the first 
forty-two days' attendance, and two dollars per day for each 
day thereafter. 

2nd. To each member of the senate and house of repre- 
sentatives, the sum of two dollars per day for the first forty- 
two days' attendance, and one dollar per day for each day's 
attendance thereafter. 

3rd. To each member of the senate and house of repre- 
sentatives, including the speakers of both houses, ten cents 
per mile for each necessary mile's travel, in going to and 
returning from the seat of government. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 15 

4th. To the secretary and assistant secretaries of the ^c.andaBs. sec. 

ill! • ii r>ii p of s e Q ate. 

senate, and to the clerk and assistant clerks of the house of 
representatives, each, the sum of six dollars per day during cierkof hefuse! 
the session. 

5th. To the enrolling and engrossing clerks of the sen- Enr - and Engr. 

" " " clci'ks 

ate and House of representatives, each, the sum of six dol- 
lars per day during the session. 

6th. To the assistant enrolling and engrossing clerks of Ass>t cr)r anc , 
the senate and house of representatives, each, the sum of en s r - clerks. 
si# dollars per day during the session. 

7th. To the eergeant-at-arms and assistant sergcant-at- sergeant-at-arma 
arms of the senate, and to the door-keeper and assistant 
door-keeper of the house of representatives, the sum of six a^ta^ts. and 
dollars per day during the session. 

8th. To the postmaster of the senate and the postmaster postmasters sen- 
of the house of representatives, and to their assistants, each, a^/a^ts! 1186 ' 
the sum of four dollars per day during the session. 

§ 2. The time for which compensation is hereby allowed Time to becerti- 
to each member and officer of the general assembly shall be > spkeis. 

certified to by the speakers of the respective houses, except 
the time of the speakers of the senate and house of repre- speakers' time 
sentatives, which shall be certified to by the respective sec- b ° y ci e er l e s r . tIfied 
retaries 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 certificates 
to the auditor, he shall draw his warrants upon the revenue Auditor to issue 
fund for the amounts to which each person shall be entitled warrants, 
as aforesaid, to be paid by the state treasurer out of the said Treasurer to pay 
revenue fund in the state treasury. 

§ 3. The following sums are hereby appropriated for the 
salaries of the officers of the government, until otherwise 
provided by law : 

1st. To the governor, at the rate of fifteen hundred dol- salary of Gov. 
lars per annum. 

2nd. To the secretary of state, the sum of eight hundred Sec - of state - 
dollars per annum. 

3rd. To the auditor of public accounts, at the rate of one Auditor. 
thousand dollars per annum. 

4th. To the state treasurer, at the rate of eight hundred Treasurer. 
dollars per annum. 

5th. To each of the judges of the supreme court, at the J^ges of su- 

i i j i 1 1 preme court. 

rate of twelve hundred dollars per annum. 

6th. To eac:h of the iudges of the circuit court, at the Judges of circuit 

o ci / court. 

rate of one thousand dollars per annum. 

7th. To each of the state's attorneys, the sum of five state's attorneys 
hundred dollars per annum. 

8th. To each of the judges of the superior court of the Judges superior 
city of Chicago, the judge of the recorder's court of said rec^rders^rt 
city of Chicago, the judge of the Alton city court, the judge dtySwr^and 
of the court of common pleas of the city of Cairo, the judge c °^ ^. mon 



16 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



Judges Elgin and 
Aurora. 



Attorney supe- 
rior court Chi- 
cago. 

Attorneys recor- 
der's court, 
Chicago, Alton 
city court, and 
court common 
pleas, Cairo. 

Auditor to draw 
warrants. 



Treasurer to pay 
warrants. 



of the court of common pleas of the cities of Elgin and 
Aurora, each, the sum of one thousand dollars per annum. 

9th. To the prosecuting attorney of the superior court 
of Chicago, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars per 
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, the sum of five hundred 
dollars per annum. And the auditor of public accounts 
shall draw his warrants on the revenue fund for the payment 
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. 

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

Approved February 16, 1S65. 



In force Feb. 15, AN ACT making appropriations for the ordinary expenses of the state insti- 
18C6 - ' tutions, for the years 1865 and 1866. 



To state insti- 
tutes at Jack- 
sonville, for 
1305-6. 

Quarterly pay- 
ments. 

Insane hospital. 



Blind institute. 



Deaf and dumb. 



Deaf and dumb, 
for beds and 
furniture. 



Improvements 
and repairs. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois represented in the General Assembly, That, for the 
purposes of defraying the ordinary expenses of the state 
institutions, located at Jacksonville, for the years eighteen 
hundred and sixty-five and eighteen hundred and sixty-six, 
the following sums are hereby appropriated, to be divided 
and paid in quarterly payments, on orders of the respective 
boards, as required for use : 

To the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, from the 
first of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, to the first 
of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, fifty-five thou- 
sand dollars. 

To the Illinois Institution for the education of the blind, 
at the rate of twenty thousand dollars per annum, from the 
first of December, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, to the 
first of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven. 

To the Illinois In^itutiori for the Education of the Deaf 
and Dumb, at the rate of forty-five thousand dollars per an- 
num, from the first of December, eighteen hundred and sixty- 
four, to the first of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven. 

§ 2. To the last named institution, for the purchase of 
beds, bedding and other furniture, to supply the place of 
that which has been worn out and consumed, three thousand 
dollars, payable on the passage of this act ; also, one thou- 
sand dollars for improvements and repairs ; and five hun- 
dred dollars for insurance ; and the like sums, of one thou- 
sand dollars, for improvements and repairs ; and five hun- 



APPROPRIATIONS. 17 

dred dollars for insurance, payable on the first of January, insurance. 
eighteen hundred and sixty-six. 

§ 3. The directors of the said last named institution hav- 
ino- advanced thirty-five hundred dollars, for the purchase of Directors of deaf 

i> -id ei-iii i anc * dumb for 

a strip of land, of seven and torty-lour hundredths acres, ad- land, 
joining the land of the institution on the north, deemed ne- 
cessary for use and protection, the auditor of public accounts 
is required to issue warrants on the treasury, in favor of said 
directors, for said amount, with interest at the rate of ten 
per cent, per annum, from the first of May, eighteen hun- 
dred and and sixty-four, until the date of payment : Prom- Proviso - 
ded, said directors shall, within twenty days after the passage 
of this act, produce to him a deed, legally acknowledged, b e e produced, 
conveying said land, in fee, to the said institution : Provi- Fx £a er provi " 
ded, further, that no such warrants shall be issued until 
funds shall be in the treasury for the payment thereof. 

§ 4. This act shall take effect on its passage. 

Approved February 15th, 1865. 



AN aCT making appropriations for the completion of the east wing of the In force Feb. 8, 
Illinois State Hospital for the Insane. 1865 - 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That, for the 
purpose of completing the east wing of said hospital, inclu- 
ding the heating apparatus, the sum of seventy-five thousand ^ r0 ^w * 
dollars is appropriated, payable out of any money in the treas- hospital. 
ury not otherwise appropriated, on the order of the board of 
trustees ; one-third of said sum shall be payable on the first ^M^rch i a ^65 
day of March, A. D. 1865 ; one-third of said sum on the first one-third Aug. 
day of August, A. D. eighteen hundred and sixty-five ; and ' 
the remaining third on the first dav of March, A. D. eighteen one-third March 

cd j v ' ? o , - . ■* 1866 

hundred and sixty-six. 

§ 2. The trustees of said hospital are directed and re- 
quired, before making any contract for the completion of the 
east wing of said hospital, to give public notice, in the Jack- Trustees to give 

■"■ ^ notice six weeks 

sonville Sentinel and the Jacksonville Journal, published in for proposals. 
said town of Jacksonville ; the State .Register and State 
Journal, published in the city of Springfield ; and the Chica- 
go Times and the Chicago Tribune, published in the city of 
Chicago, for at least six weeks, that sealed proposals will be 
received lor said work ; and said notice shall contain a de- 
scription of the kind and quality of work, and the extent of the Notice to contain 
improvement to be made, and all other necessary specifica- of work, 
tions ; and said board of trustees are hereby required to let Y W est res le on° 
said work to the lowest responsible bidder or bidders, requir- sibie bidder. 
ing a good and sufficient bond from the contractor or'contract- contractor to 

o " lve bond. 
O 



18 APPROPRIATIONS. 

ors, for the faithful performance of said work. And in the 
completion of said east wing of said hospital suitable provi- 
sion shall be made for the reception and safe keeping of that 
class of patients class of patients denominated homicidal and suicidal ; and 
to be retained. suc h patient shall be retained in the institution, although 
Proviso. incurable : Provided, the number of incurable patients shall 

not at any time exceed fifty. 

§ 3. That the sum of five thousand dollars is appropria- 
ted out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appro- 
FurnisMng east priated, for the furnishing of the east wing of said hospital, 
wing of hospital on ^ orc [ er f the board of trustees of the Illinois state 
hospital for the insane, by the first day of July, A. D. 1866, 
if said wing shall be built ; and the said trustees are hereby 
authorized to expend the balance, of eight hundred and 
west wing of seventy-three dollars 31-100, appropriated to furnish the 
hospital to he we st wing, for such purpose as may be necessary for the 
proviso* completion of said east wing : Provided, said board of trus- 

tees may find it necessary to use said sum : And provided, 
Further pro ^-further, said east wing shall be built. 

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

Approved February 8, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, j^ ^Qrp tQ a pp r0 p r i a te twenty five thousand dollars, to purchase the tract 
of land in which repose the remains of Stephen A. Douglas. 

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

Illinois represented in the General Assembly, That the gov- 

Governor au- ernor f the state of Illinois is hereby authorized to pur- 

thorizeu to pur- " , _ . « , . . . *■ , 

chase lot. chase, in the name ot the state of Illinois, the lot of ground 
in which now repose the remains of Stephen A. Douglas, 
deceased, to-wit: Lot one, (1,) of the lower tier of Oaken- 
wald, subdivision of part of the south half of the north-east 
quarter of section 34, township 39 north, range 14 east, in 
the city of Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, and now owned 
by Mrs. A. Douglas ; the same to be held as a burial place 
for said deceased, and for no other purpose ; and the sum of 
twenty-five thousand dollars, or such less sum as may be 
required, is hereby appropriated out of any unappropriated 
Governor's cer- m0 ney in the treasury. And upon the certificate of the 
siract e an°dde a e b a governor, as to the amount required, and that he has receiv- 
of title. ed an a b s t rac t of title and a proper deed, conveying the fee 

of the above described premises, as herein required, being 
presented to the auditor of public accounts, he shall draw his 
warrant for the sum thus certified to, as a full payment^ of 
the consideration money for the conveyance, as aforesaid ; 
and the governor is hereby requested to pay such sum of 



APPROPRIATIONS. 19 

money, appropriated as above, to Mrs. A. Douglas, and to Money to be paid 

<-! 1 t t0 Mrs. A. 

no other person whatsoever. Douglas. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to furnish the governor's mansion. In force Feb. 9, 

1865. 

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the auditor be re- 
quired to draw his warrant on the treasurer, for the sum warranttoMiS? 
of four hundred and forty-five dollars, in favor of Mrs. Wil- Wm - H - Bisse11 - 
liam EL. Bissell, for five paintings and three engravings, 
sold by her to the state, for the mansion of the governor. 

This act shall be in force upon its passage. 

Approved February 9, 1865. 



AN ACT to provide for the postage of the present general assembly. In force January 

6, 1866. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the sum 
of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be neces- 
sary, is hereby appropriated, to be paid out of any funds in A foT r pTstage 0n of 
the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of ^ eneral Assem- 
paying the postage of the present general assembly. 

§2. On the certificate of the secretary of state, showing on certificate of 
the amount of postage used by this general assembly, not statlauditor to 
exceeding the said sum of five thousand dollars, the auditor issue warrant. 
of public accounts shall draw his warrant on the treasury, 
in favor of the postmaster of the city of Springfield, for the 
sum so certified by the secretary of state. 

§ 3. That the postage stamps ordered by this general stamps to be 
assembly be furnished by the secretary of state to the officers members, 
and members of the senate and house of representatives, 
upon their written orders. 

§ 4. The secretary of state is hereby directed not to stamps, how 
allow any member of the senate or house of representatives drawn - 
to draw more than the one hundred ond tenth part of said 
five thousand dollars. 

§ 5. The secretary of state is hereby directed to procure, stamps for 
for the use of the speaker of the senate, United States post- ate aker °' Ben " 
age stamps, to the amount of not exceeding fifty dollars. 

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

Approved January 6, 1865. 



20 BANK COMMISSIONERS — BANK NOTE PLATES. 

In f0T ™J eh - 13 > AN ACT to abolish the office of bank commissioners. 

1865. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the office 

office abolished, of bank commissioners be and the same is hereby abolished. 

§ 2. The duties heretofore devolving on the said com- 

A fofm° dutiefof missioners shall be performed by the auditor of public ac- 

commissioners. counts and state treasurer, without extra compensation 

therefor. 

§ 3. This act to be in force from and after its passage. 
Approved February 13, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to define the duties of the auditor in regard to the preparation of 
1S65. b a nk no t e plates and impressions, and to afford greater security in the 

safe keeping of the same. 

Be it enacted hy the People of the State of Illinois, 
represented in the General Assembly : I. That when- 
ever any bank of this state, organized under the provisions 
of the general banking law, shall desire an order from the 
auditor of public accounts, for the engraving of any bank 
note plate or the printing of any bank note impressions, to 

A o"dei° r fo? bank ^ e use( * by jsuch bank as notes of general circulation, it shall 

note plates. be lawful for the auditor to issue such order to any engra- 
ving or bank note company that he may approve, for the 
performance of the work required, under such general regu- 
lations as he may prescribe, not inconsistent with the pro- 
visions of said general banking law, or of this act; such 

Expense to be wor ^ to °e in all cases done at the expense of the bank, and 

paid by bank, to be so expressly stated in the order. 

II. Upon completion of the work ordered, it shall be the 

piates to be de- duty of the auditor to cause all plates used for the printino- 

posited in vault /• -i i 1 i 1 1 • i 

of treasurer's ot sucn notes to be sealed up oy the company executing the 
office - work, in one package, and deposited in the vault of the 

bank department, in the treasurer's office, together with an 
Affidavit. affidavit attached, from some officer of the company, that 

such package contains all the plates used in the printing of 

such bank notes, 
impressions to HI- All impressions, imperfect impressions and proof 
be forwarded to sheets, which may be printed from such plates, in pursuance 

treasurer with ,. , 7 , i n i ;• tit r i l \ 

affidavit. ot such orders, shall be forwarded direct to the treasurer of 

state, together with the printer's affidavit, setting forth the 
whole number of such impressions or proof sheets that have 
been taken from said plates, from the time the same were 
completed until the plates were sealed up as aforesaid; and 

Treasurer to de- the treasurer shall keep and deliver said impressions to the 

liver impres- 1., . ,-, r . .* ., , , 

sions to auditor auditor, in the same manner as is now provided by law. 

, IY. If the auditor shall, upon examination of such im- 



BILLS OF DISCOVERY — BONDS. 21 

pression, be dissatisfied with the quality of the paper or the 

style of the engraving, it shall be his duty to refuse to issue ^ h a e y r J^Z 

the same, and to require the preparation of better notes. issue - 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to dispense with bills of discov- in fol 1 c s e 6 J eb - 16 > 
ery in certain cases." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the act, 
entitled "An act to dispense with bills of discovery in cer- 
tain cases," approved February 20, 1861, shall not be so plaintiff or de- 
construed as to allow a plaintiff' or defendant to testify, in ^Testii/^n 
his own interest, against his co-plaintiff or co-defendant, or ws own inter- 
show a joint obligation by such co-plaintiff or co-defendant 
with such witness. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to provide for the payment of interest of certain state bonds. in force Feb. 16, 

1S65. 

Whereas, by the provisions of an act, entitled " An act to preamble, 
indemnify the state of Illinois against loss by reason of 
unlawful funding of canal indebtedness," the interest on 
Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, numbered from 900 to 
993, and from 886 to 899, was suspended until otherwise 
provided by law; and whereas full payment has now been 
made to the state for all of said bonds, including principal 
and interest, and all of said bonds, except sixteen, have 
been taken up by the state ; therefore, 
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the state 
treasurer is hereby authorized and required to resume the Treasurer to re- 
payment of interest on said bonds, now outstanding, inclu- of^nterest^on 
ding the arrears of interest from July 1st, A. D. 1863. bonds - 

§ 2. This act to be in force from and after its passage. 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



22 BONDS. 

In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to provide for the payment of the interest on the sterling bonds 
1865 - of the state. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the gold 

specie appropri- and silver coin, now in the treasury, be and is hereby 

ated for interest . , -. n 1 .-. n . ,-, . . , ,-, ^ 

on sterling appropriated, lor the purpose 01 paying the interest on the 
bonds. sterling bonds of the state, which are payable in London. 

Treasurer to use § 2. That the state treasurer shall appropriate and use 
coin for ex- the coin, thus set apart, for the purpose of purchasing ster- 
ling exchange, for the payment of said interest, as it becomes 
due, unless otherwise ordered by the general assembly. 
Treasurer may § 3 - That, when the amount of such coin in the treasury- 
draw on inter- j s exhausted, in the purchase of exchange, as aforesaid, it 
shall be the duty of the treasurer to draw from the interest 
fund, and purchase sterling exchange, at the market rates 
in the city of New York, sufficient to pay each installment 
of interest on said bonds, as it becomes due. 
when central § ^' That, in the event of a deficiency of the interest 
raihoad fund fund, the treasurer is hereby authorized to draw from the 
may be used. j_m no j g Central railroad fund an amount sufficient to com- 
plete the payment of such installments of interest, as they 
become due. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



in force Feb. 16, AN ACT to provide for refunding certain state bonds. 

1865. ' 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the gov- 
Govemor to is- ei'Dor be and he is hereby authorized and requested to issue 
stock bo e nds dsa refunded stock coupon bonds, of the kind authorized by the 
act of February 22d, A. D. 1859, in lieu of all unregistered 
canal bonds that may be presented by the holders thereof 
character of f or exchange. The said refunded stock coupon bonds^ shall 
be made of the same tenor, as to amount and time of pay- 
ment, as the bonds so surrendered for exchange. 
Bonds sun-en- § 2. The bond, so surrendered shall be canceled and 
deredtobecan- filed m the office of tlie au( jitor of public accounts, and a 
record thereof shall be entered in the proper books at his 
office. 

§ 3. This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



COMMISSIONERS CORPORATIONS. 23 

•ce Fe 

1S65. 



AN ACT to amend "An act to authorize the appointment of commissioners In force Feb. 16, 
to take the proof and acknowledgment of deeds and other instruments, 
and to administer oaths, in other states and territories," approved February 
17, 1851. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That here- 
after, the governor of this state is hereby authorized to name, Governor may 

'. ° t . . i -]•„• , " ,i i -i appoint addi- 

appomt and commission, in addition to the number author- tionai commis- 
ized by the act to which this is an amendment, one ccm- sloners - 
missioner, for every ten thousand inhabitants in the cities of 
other states and territories ; but no commission shall issue 
to any applicant, unless he shall present to the governor a 
certificate, under seal of the mayor of the city, or the judge Certificate reqai- 
of a court of record of the city in which such applicant mission 1 C i 3 c 7s- 
resides, of the number of inhabitants of said city, and that sue(L 
said applicant is a proper person to receive such appoint- 
ment. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled, "An act to authorize the formation of In force Feb. 16, 
corporate companies for the purpose of mining and transportation," by a 18(i5 - 

general law, approved Juue 22, 1852. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Peojjie of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
above entitled act be, and is hereby so amended as to companies may 
allow said companies to invest such portion of their capi- ^cifin reaut- 
tal stock in such real estate as may be deemed necessary, tate - 
for the successful prosecution of the business of mining and 
transportation, and also so amended as to allow persons form- 
ing themselves into such corporate companies to provide in 
their articles of association, that the stockholders shall con- stockholders to 
stitute the board of directors provided for by said act, voting be • ect0M ' 
in person or by proxy, at all meetings of said company under 
such rules and regulations as may be prescribed in said 
articles of association. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



24 



CORPORATIONS. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to amend an act entitled, "An act to authorize the formation of 
1865. corporate companies for the purpose of mining and transportation " by a 

general law, approved June 22, 1852. ' 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State- of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the pro- 
Provisions ex- visions of an act entitled " An act to authorize the forrna- 
i e n n d d minei°ai s 011 tion °f corporate companies for the purpose of mining and 
transportation by a general law, be and the same are hereby 
extended so as to authorize and embrace the formation of 
companies for the purpose of searching, exploring and 
boring for oil and minerals, and manufacturing, transporting 
and disposing of the same, and said companies when formed 
in compliance with the provisions of this act shall have all 
the rights, privileges and powers conferred, and shall be 
subject to all the restrictions, limitations and liabilities im- 
posed by the same. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to authorize corporations to act by attorney. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, _ represented in the General Assembly, That any 
corporations of corporation, subsisting by the laws of other states or coun- 
empow^S ties 5 ma .7 constitute and empower, by letter of attorney, 
t n hUstaL act in an 7 P^son or persons to act as its agent, in the state of Illi- 
nois, for the performance of such acts and doing such busi- 
ness as such corporation may be authorized to perform, and 
do, by the laws of the state 'of Illinois ; and all instruments 
in^ writing, whether with or without seal, and all acts and 
things executed or done by such duly qualified agent, shall 

A b2 w°nd^g nt t0 ! iave tlie same force and en?ect > and be as valid a nd binding 
in law, as if executed and done in due form of law by the 
corporation for whom such agent may act ; and any scrawl 
or seal written or affixed by such agent, so duly empowered, 
shall be deemed and considered, in'such particular instance, 
as the corporate seal of the corporation for whom such agent 

proviso. is authorized as aforesaid to act : Provided, that this act 

shall not apply to railroad corporations. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



courts : SUPREME. 25 

AN ACT to fix the place of holding of the supreme court for the first division in force Feb. M 
at Cairo, and to fix the time of holding the terms of the supreme court. 1S65. 

Section- 1. Be it enaoted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, Hereafter the 
supreme court of the state of Illinois, for the first division, supreme court, 
shall be held at the city of Cairo, in Alexander county: hefd at cairo. b * 
Provided, the city of Cairo, or some person or persons own- proviso, 
ing real estate in said city, shall convey to the state of Illi- 
nois eligible ground in said city, for the purpose of construct- 
ing thereon a suitable building, in which to hold the supreme 
court of the first division thereof: And, provided, the said 
city, or the inhabitants thereof, shall furnish to the commis- 
sioners hereinafter named, within one year, money sufficient 
to construct a building in said city in which to hold said 
supreme court, equal in quality and value to the building in 
which the said supreme court is now held at Mr. Yernon. 
And S. S. Taylor, A. B. Safford, and the judge of the su- commissioners 
preme court, for the first division, are hereby appointed appomted * 
commissioners to accept the conveyance of said ground and 
to superintend the construction of the said holding. And 
if the provisions of this section are not complied with by 
said city of Cairo, as herein provided, they shall be applica- 
ble to the town of Centralia for one year thereafter. 

§ 2. If the building referred <^o in the first section of this Tim . e Y lt ? to 
act is not completed by the .first day of September, A. D. Thau be erected 
1865, the judge of the supreme court, residing in said first etc ' 
division, may give notice in at least four weekly papers, 
published in said division, that the annual term of the su- 
preme court for the first division, for the year A. D. 1865, 
will be held in Mount Yernon ; and thereupon said term, 
for the year 186$ shall be held in Mount Yernon. 

§ 3. Hereafter the terms of the supreme court for the change of term 
first division mall begin and be held on the first Tuesday times ' 
in November, in each year ; and for the third division, on 
the first Tuesday in April, of each year, instead of the times 
now fixe* by law for holding the same. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to attach the county of McLean to the second grand division, for In force Feb. 1«, 
judicial purposes. 1S65. 

Whereas, It appears, by the returns of the last census taken Preamble, 
by the authonty of the state, that the population of the 
third grand division, for the election of judge of the su- 
preme cou't, greatly exceeds that of the second grand 

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26 CIRCUIT COURTS. 

division ; and for the purpose of more nearly equalizing 
the population in said grand divisions or districts, there- 
fore, 

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the county of McLean 
McLean county be detached from the third grand division, and be added to 
££2 di S v e isi o n n d the second grand division ; and that hereafter the said county 
of McLean shall constitute and form a part ©f the second 
grand division for the election of judge of the supreme court, 
and for all judicial purposes : Provided, that nothing herein 
suits not affected contained shall in any manner interfere with any suit now 
by change. pending in the supreme court for the third grand division, 
either upon appeal from or on writs of error to the said 
county of McLean. But that all appeals heretofore prayed 
for from or writs of error sued out to the said county of Mc- 
Lean, shall be heard and determined in the supreme court 
for the said third grand division. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Veh. 15, AN ACT to change the time of holding courts in the fourth judicial circuit. 
1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the cir- 
Time of holding cu it courts of the several counties composing the fourth judi- 
ZT ob2£ cial circuit shall be holden at the first to> m8 thereof, after 
land counties. fa Q passage of this act, at the times now Tn^vided by law ; 
and thereafter they shall be holden as follows . In the coun- 
ty of Glark, on the third Mondays of August am! February ; 
in the county of Cumberland, on the third Mondays there- 

after, 
secretary state § g The secretary of state, immediately after the pas- 
^f Ihi" act c ° pie9 8a r?e o'f this act, shall transmit copies thereof to the clerks of 
the circuit and county courts of the several counties com- 
posing said circuit. t , 
Laws repealed. 8 3. All laws in conflict with this act are hereby ie- 

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

Approved February 15, 1865. 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 27 

AN ACT to fix the times of holding courts in the fifth judicial circuit. In force Jan. 26, 

18C5. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That here- 
after 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 Pike county, 
third Monday in September. 

In the county of McDonough, on the third Monday in McDonough. 
March and first Monday in September. 

In the county of Brown, on the first Monday in April and Brown, 
first Monday in October. 

In the county of Schuyler, on the first Monday in May Schuyler, 
and third Monday in October. 

And in the county of Fulton, on the third Monday in Fulton - 
April and first Monday in November. 

§ 2. All summonses, subpoenas, writs, notices, declara- Retui 'ns of pro- 

..... , , ' l . 7 . ' , cess valid. 

tions m ejectment, bonds, recognizances, venwes, and process 
of every kind or description whatsoever, made and served 
for or returnable to the terms of said court, as now fixed by 
law, shall be sufficient for the terms in the several courts, 
respectively, occurring next thereafter and by virtue of the 
passage 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 ; and whenever 
the period of one year shall expire, from the rendition of 
any judgment in ejectment, before holding the term of said 
court, as fixed by this act, whereby any party shall be pre- 
vented from making a motion to vacate such judgment and Motion to vacate 
for a new trial, under the provisions of the statute, it shall may bemk^ '' 
and may be lawful to make such motion at the term fixed 
first occurring after the expiration of the year ; and the like 
proceedings shall be had thereon as if the same had been 
made within the said period of one year. 

§ 3. Upon the passage of this act, the secretary of state secretary state 
shall immediately transmit a copy thereof, duly certified, to £ c 8 ierks. copiM 
the circuit clerks of each of said counties. 

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

Approved January 26, 1865. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act respecting the practice in chan- In force Feb. 16, 
eery in cases in the seventh judicial circuit, in this state," passed February 18G6 * 

12, 1853, so that said act shall apply to the eleventh judicial circuit, in this 
state. 

Section I. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the act 
entitled "An, act respecting the practice in chancery in cases 



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a^ to be in force in the seventh judicial circuit in this state," passed February 
iSS* 13 , 1S53 > snali take effect and be in force in the eleventh 
judicial circuit, in this state, the same as though said act had 
been originally enacted for said eleventh judicial circuit - . 

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

Approved February 1G, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to change the time of holding courts in twelfth judicial circuit, and 
1865. lessen the time of holding said court in the county of Wabash, of said 

circuit. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assemble/, That hereafter 

0ourtai2thjiKU- the circuit courts in the twelfth 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 : 



Spring term. 



SPRING TERM. 



Jefferson county 
Wayne. 

Bdwards. 

Wabash. 

White. 

Hamilton. 



In the county of Jefferson, on the first Monday in March- 
In the county of Wayne, on the second Mondays there- 
alter. 

In the county of Edwards, on the second Mondays there- 
after. 

In the county of Wabash, on the first Mondays thereafter. 
In the county of White, on the first Mondays thereafter. 
And in the county of Hamilton, on the second Mondays 
thereafter. 



Fall term. 



FALL TERM. 



Jefferson county J n i\ 1Q county of Jefferson, on the second Monday of 
August. 

In the county of Wayne, on the second Monday there- 
after. 

In the county of Edwards, on the second Monday there- 
after. 

In the county of Wabash, on the first Monday thereafter. 

In the county of White, on the first Monday thereafter. 

And in the county of Hamilton, on the second Monday 
thereafter. 

§ 2. All writs, subpoenas, recognizances, and all other 
processes which may have been or may be issued and made re- 
turnable to the term of the circuit courts, in said counties, as 
heretofore required to be held, shall be deemed and taken 
to be returnable to said terms of the circuit court in said 
counties as herein required to be held ; and all notices which 



Wayne. 
Edwards. 

Wabash. 

White. 

Hamilton. 



All processes re- 
turnable valid 
under this act. 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 29 

may have been given, either by publication or otherwise, 
with reference to the terms of said court, as heretofore re- 
quired 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 times herein specified for the holding 
of said courts, as if no alteration had been made in the times 
of holding said courts. 

8 3. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state, within secretary st«t* 

s -. p < i n i • • i' i to senf l copiea 

twenty days aiter the passage ot this act, to cause a certified to clerks. 
copy of the same to be transmitted to each ot the clerks of 
the circuit courts in said twelfth judicial circuit. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN" ACT to fix the time of holding courts in the county of DeKulb and state I" force Feb. 16, 
of Illinois, and to regulate the practice thereof. 1865> 

Section 1. Be it exacted by the People of th- State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the fall 
term of the circuit court of said county shall be held on the Fal1 term of De- 
third Monday of September, in each year, instead of the a coun 7 ' 
second Monday of September, as heretofore ; and that the summer term ot 
Bummer term of the county court shall be held on the third couaty court - 
Monday of June, instead of the second Monday of July, as 
heretofore. 

§ 2. No person shall be eligible to the office of judge of Eligibility of 
said county court who is not a member of the bar of the judge ' 
state of Illinois. 

§ 3. The said county and circuit courts shall, respective- May change ai* 
ly, have the power to enter an order of record fixing some ofpKtlt J urjr - 
other day of the term than the first day thereof in which the 
petit jury shall be summoned to appear. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN" ACT to fix the times of holding courts in the sixteenth judicial circuit, in force Feb. 16, 

-I DCK 



1S65. 



Section 1 . Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the circuit court of 
terms of the circuit court of Peoria county, for the trial of f r° civii°™^ 
civil, common law and chancery cases, now provided by changed 7 case " 



30 CIRCUIT COURTS. 

Time of court. } aw to be holden on the first Mondays of February, June 
and October, in each year, shall hereafter be holden on the 
second Mondays of February, June and October, in each 
and every year. 

§ 2. All laws or parts of laws contrary to or inconsistent 
with this act are hereby repealed. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



Ia force Feb. 16, AN ACT to attach certain counties theiein named to the seventeenth judi- 
1865, cial circuit of this 1'tate, and other purposes therein named. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 

sheiby and Fay- counties of Shelby and Fayette be attached to and form 

nth strict! t0 part of the seventeenth judicial district of this state, and 

Time of court, that the courts shall begin and be held in said seventeenth 

district on the times following, to wit : 
Macon county. In the county of Macon, on the second Tuesday of April, 

August and December. 
Piatt. In the county of Piatt, on the first Tuesday in May and 

October. 
Moultrie. I a the county of Moultrie, on the first Tuesdays there- 

after, 
sheiby. In the county of Shelby, on the first Tuesdays thereafter. 

Fayette. In the county of Fayette, on the third Tuesdays there- 

after. 
ah process valid § 2. All continuances, writs and processes whatever shall 
under tins act. ^ returned and considered as returnable to the times of the 
commencement of the terms of court as herein provided 
for, respectively, anything on the face of said writs, orders 
or process to the contrary notwithstanding. 
Attorneys may § 3. The attorneys and counselors at law in said district 
where t C pub- shall have the right to direct the circuit clerks therein in 
Hsh notices. w ] ia t newspapers notices of publications and of sales on 
executions, and in all cases where public notice is required, 
shall be made; and any disregard of said instructions shall 
when notice vi- vitiate said notice, in case the attorney giving such direc- 
tion shall so desire ; and the said clerk shall be fined in 
C fuTe k for bl non°- any sum not exceeding fifty dollars, to be recovered before 
compliance. an y j us tice of the peace, for such disregard of instructions. 
sec-y of state to | \, It shall be the duty of secretary of state to furnish 
ci e 1 rks! :opies t0 the circuit clerks of the several counties named in this act 
with a copy of the above named act. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



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AN ACT to change the time of holding court in the twenty-sixth judicial In to 
circuit, and to change the fall term of thi circuit court of Alexander 1865 - 

county, and to change the time of holding circuit court in Perry county. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, '/presented in the General Assembly, That hereaf- 
ter, the spring terms of the circuit court of the counties Sprln s terms - 
composing the 26th judicial circuit shall be held at the re- 
spective county seats as follows, to wit : 

In the county of Franklin, on the second Monday in PrankUn county 
March. 

In the county of Williamson, on the fourth Monday in wiiiiamson. 
March. 

In the county of Johnson, on the second Monday there- Johnson. 
after. 

In the county of Saline, on the first Monday thereafter. SaU ne. 

And the fall terms of the circuit court in said counties Fail term, 
shall be held as follows, to wit : 

In the county of Franklin, on the first Monday in Au- Franklin county 
gust. 

In the county of Williamson, on the third Monday in wmiamson. 
August. 

In the county of Johnson, on the second Monday there- Johnson 
after. 

In the county of Saline, on the first Monday thereafter, saline. 

§ 2. That hereafter, the circuit court of the county of s P£j° g coun e t rm ' 
Perry, for the spring term, shall begin and be held in the 
county of Perry, on the Wednesday next after the fourth 
Monday of April ; and the fall term of the circuit court for rail term, Perry 
said county shall begin and be held on the Wednesday next county - 
after the third Monday in September, at the county seat 
thereof. And hereafter the fall term of the circuit court of Fal1 term, Aiex- 
Alexander county shall begin and be held at the county 
seat of said county, on the third Monday in November. 
The circuit courts of the other counties of the third judicial No chan ee .in 
circuit shall hereafter be held as now provided by law. 

§ 3. All writs, subpoenas, recognizances, and other pro- aii process valid 
cess which have been or may be issued and made returnable under this act - 
to the terms of courts 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 may 
have been given, or which may be given, either by publica- 
tion 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. 

§ 4:. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state to sec'y of state to 
cause a certified copy of this act immediately to be trans- ^ an/judge . 
mitted to the clerk of the county court and circuit courts 
of the counties of Franklin, Williamson, Johnson, Saline, 



32 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 



Perry arid Alexander, and to the judge of the third and 
twenty-sixth circuits. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



Coles and Edgar 
counties attach- 
ed to 27th cir- 
cuit. 

Time of court. 



Dooglas county. 



In force Feb. 10, AN ACT to change the times of holding courts in the twenty-seventh judi- 
1865 - ciaJ circuit, and to attach certain counties thereto, and to fix the times for 

holding courts therein, and for other purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
counties of Coles and Edgar shall be and the same are 
hereby attached to, and shall, on and after the passage of 
this act, form a part of the twenty-seventh judicial circuit. 

§ 2. That, after the passage of this act, the times of 
holding courts in the twenty-seventh judicial circuit shall 
be as follows : 

In the county of Douglas, on the first Tuesday of Febru- 
ary, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty- 
five. 

In the county of Edgar, on the second Tuesday there- 
after 

In the county of Champaign, on the third Tuesday there- 
after. 

In the county of Coles, on the third Tuesday thereafter 

In the county of Vermilion, on the third Tuesday there- 
after. 

In the county of Ford, on the third Tuesday thereafter. 

And that, after the courts are held in the twenty-seventh 
judicial circuit as above provided for, the times of holding 
courts in said twenty-seventh judicial circuit shall be as 
follows : 

In the county of Douglas, on the first Tuesdays in Sep- 
tember and February of each year. 

In the county of Yermilion, on the second Tuesdays 
thereafter. 

In the county of Champaign, on the third Tuesdays 
thereafter. 

In the county of Coles, on the third Tuesdays thereafter. 

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

In the county of Ford, on the third Tuesdays thereafter. 

§ 3. That 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 counties 
as required to be holden under and by this act ; and all no- 



Champaign. 

Coles. 
Vermilion. 



After courts are 
held as above. 

Time of courts. 

Douglas county. 
Vermilion. 

Champaign. 

Coles. 

Edgar. 

Ford. 

All process valid 
under this act. 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 33 

tices, by publication or otherwise, which may have been 

given with reference to the terras of court in said counties 

as heretofore required to be holden, 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 ^ r n °„ c ' dl hfw pe di»- 

courts in said counties shall betaken up and disposed of posed** 

according to law, as if no alteration had been made in the 

times of holding courts in said counties. 

§ 4. That in all cases, both in law and equity, in which 
it shall become necessary, under the existing laws of this 
state or the rules of court, to give notice, by publication, of 
any matter in reference to any suit pending or about to be 
commenced in any of said courts in said counties in this act 
mentioned, the party or parties, or the attorney or attorneys Parties may ai- 
of record of the party for whose use or about whose instance J^ "&%£ n £; 
the same is or are made, shall have power to control and pushed, 
direct said publication or notice, and to direct in what news- 
paper the s£me shall be published: Provided,, that said Proviso - 
notice or notices shall be made in some newspaper as now 
provided by law; and it shall be the duty of the clerks of Duty of cierkg 
the court and the sheriffs of the several counties in this act and shenff8 - 
mentioned, to make publication in such newspaper as is so 
designated by said attorney or attorneys; and any notice or 

i.- • J i. X. tv t. J 1- 1 jX? a. i. ^ When notice to 

notices required to be published by law, that are not pub- be void. 
lished in conformity with the provisions of this act, are 
hereby declared to be inoperative and void. 

§ 5. The secretary of state shall, immediately after the Sec'y of state to 
passage of this act, transmit to the clerks of the circuit ci"rka C ° pieB 
courts of the several counties composing the twenty-seventh 
judicial circuit, as aforementioned in this act, a certified 
copy of this act. 

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

Approved February 10, 1865. 



AN ACT to regulate the practice in the circuit court of DuPage county, in in force Feb. 16, 
the twenty-eighth judicial circuit. 18ts - 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That judg- 
ments by confession may be entered in said court at any Judgment by 
time in vacation, before the clerk, by filing the proper be Df ente°red m i£ 
papers with the clerk; and such judgments shall have the vacation - 
same force and effect, from the time of entry, as if entered 
in term time. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



34 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 



** f01 Ts65 eb ' 16 ' AN ACT t0 chan S e the time of holding courts in the county of DuPagc, in 

the 28th judicial circuit. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the fall 
ran term DuPage term of the circuit court in and for the county of DuPage, 
in the 28th judicial circuit, shall hereafter be held on the 
third Monday of September, instead of the third Monday 
in November, as is now provided by law. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In f0T , C o e JF eb- 16, A ^ ACT to regulate the terms of the circuit court of Will countv, and for 

other purposes. 

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

Three terms an- Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That, hereaf- 

wunty, the first ^ Y -> there shall, in each year, be held three terms of the 

Monday of jan- circuit court of Will county, as follows, viz: One commen- 

uary, May and . . _ J ' ' 

October. cmg on the first Monday ot January, one commencing on 

"a/und^drcult tQe ^ rst Monday of May, and one commencing on the first 
court discontin- Monday of October; and the May term of the circuit court 

of Grundy county is hereby discontinued. 
no jury for May § 2. No grand or petit jury shall be summoned for the 
term. May term ; but said term shall be held exclusively for the 

transaction of chancery business, the hearing of motions, 

the settlement of issues, and for taking defaults. 
aii process valid § 3/ All the processes, suits and proceedings which have 
under this act. oeen or hereafter may be made returnable to the March 

term of said court, as now provided by law, shall be taken, 

deemed and held to be returnable to the May term herein 

established, 
conflicting laws § 4. All laws and parts of laws in conflict or inconsistent 

with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. 
This act shall be in force from and after its passage. 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to change the time of holding the September term of the circuit 
86 °- court, in the county of Kendall, in the ninth judicial circuit, in the state 

f\r Tllinma 



of Illinois 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the Slate of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That,, hereaf- 
ter, the fall term of said court shall be held on Tuesday 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 35 

after the first Monday in September, each year, and that "5^2™kSS2 
the January term of said court be and the same is hereby county. 
dispensed with. J d?spen y sed wit™ 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to change the time of holding the June term of the Winnebago In force Feb. 6, 



county circuit court. 



1S65. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, And it is 
hereby enacted, as follows: The June term of the circuit June term of the 
court for the county of Winnebago, shall commence on the wi^eblgo 1 " co. 
first Monday of June, in each year, instead of the day now 
appointed by law. 

§ 2. One panel of petit jurors, to serve for the said term, rem jurors- 
shall be summoned to appear on the second Monday thereof. e a. 

§ 3. All recognizances, writs and process, which may A11 process re- 

" -" ' . r ' /» i turnable valid 

have been made returnable to the next J nne term oi the under this act. 
said circuit court, as now established by law, shall be deemed 
and taken to be returnable to the next June term thereof 
as fixed by this act. 

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

Approved February 6, 1865. 



AN ACT giving circuit courts concurrent jurisdiction with incorporated 1° force Feb. M, 
towns aud cities, and punish violations of the liquor law by indictment. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter 
in all cases of violation of the laws of this state prohibiting circuit courts to 

•i t r. . . i . . , , . r i . P have concur- 

the sale ot spirituous liquors without license, the circuit rent jnrisaic- 
courts of the state shall have concurrent jurisdiction with and towns. 01 ie * 
the authorities of incorporated towns and cities, and every violators liable 
person so offending shall be liable to indictment as provided 
by law. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



36 CIRCUIT COURTS. 

Id force May 18, AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to regulate practice in the 
courts of the county of Kane and state of Illinois," approved February 14, 
18G3, and to repeal certain sections therein. 

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

sec. 1 amended, one of the act entitled an act to regulate practice in the 
courts of the county of Kane and state of Illinois, approved 
February 14th, 1863, be and the same is hereby so amended 

jury fee not re- as that the juror's fee of three dollars therein provided for 

?ance d in ad " sna ^ not be required to be paid in advance, betore the dock- 
eting of a suit taking an appeal or change of venue, but in 
all suits pending or to be commenced in said courts at law, 

jury fee, how a jury fee of three dollars shall be taxed against the unsuc- 
cessful party, to be collected as other costs. 

sections re- § 2. Sections three, four and five of the above recited 

peaied. act are h ereD y repealed. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force May 18, AN ACT to extend the jurisdiction of courts of chancery in cases of fore- 
1866 - closure of mortgages. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That in all 

under forecio- decrees hereafter to be made in suits in equity directing 

ge3?° f moxtga " foreclosure of mortgages in any of the courts of the state of 

Illinois having jurisdiction as courts of chancery, a decree 

Decree may be may be rendered for any balance of money that may be 

blianceofdebt^ found due to the complainant over and above the proceeds 

and execution f the sale or sales, and execution may issue for the collec- 

issue. J v 

tion of such balance, the same as when the decree is solely 
for the payment of money ; and such decree may be ren- 
C d e n cree° nal de ~ dered conditionally at the time of decreeing the foreclosure, 
or it may be rendered after the sale and the ascertainment 
of the balance due, provided that such execution shall issue 
only in cases where personal service shall have been had 
upon the defendant or defendants in such suits. 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to amend section six of an act entitled "An act to amend an act 
1865- entitled 'An act to establish the Cook county court,' " approved February 

21, A. D. 1845, and for other purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Peoj)le of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That all 



COUNTY COURTS. 37 

judge's fees and docket fees for suits commenced in or ap- Fees to be re- 
pealed to the superior court of Chicago, after the first day forest- oTju%« 
of February, A. D. 1865, be retained by the clerk of said of f su P erior 

• i y» i i • court. 

court, as a separate tund, for the use of tne judges thereof, 

and not paid to the treasurer of Cook county ; but the same 

shall be distributed by said clerk to the judges of said supe- Distribution of 

rior court, at the end of each and every quarter, in equal 

proportions, share and share alike ; and that all judge's fees 

and docket fees for suits commenced in or appealed to the 

circuit court of Cook county, after the first day of February, Fees of circuit 

A. D. 1865, be retained by the clerk of said circuit court, as "„„*> to°i£ 

a separate fund, for the use of the judge of said circuit court, retaine'a by 

who shall be individually entitled thereto; and the same ofcsnrt! JU g * 

6hall not be paid to the treasurer of Cook county, but by 

the clerk to the judge of said circuit court, at the expiration 

of each and every quarter. 

So much of section six of the act to which this is an conflicting law 
amendment as may be in conflict with section one of this re i ,eaIed - 
act is hereby repealed. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to repeal an act extending the jurisdiction of the county court of In force Feb. IF, 
the county of Jasper. . 18t > 5 - 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That so much 
of an act, entitled "An act to amend an act establishing A ct . ? xt . en<Jin ? 
county courts, approved February 12, 1819, and to extend bounty 10 court 
the jurisdiction of the county courts of Crawford, Jasper, repealed? 0111117 
Cumberland, Lawrence, Richland, Clay, Hamilton, Hock 
Island, and Mercer counties," approved February 21, 1863, 
as relates to extending the jurisdiction of the county court 
of Jasper county, is hereby repealed. 

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

Appf.oved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to extend the jurisdiction of the county court of LaSalle county. In for " feb. 16 . 
J ' J 1885. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, i eprcsented in the General Assembly, That, here- 
after, the jurisdiction of the county court of LaSalle county 



d5 CITY COURTS. 

J county ti0 court sna ^ ^e equal to and concurrent with that of the circuit 
equal to circuit court of said county, in relation to all matters, except crimes 

court. t • n r 

and misdemeanors, 
judge's docket § 2. That, hereafter, the judge's docket fee, in all cases 
f,J9 ' except in cases of judgment by confession, shall be one dol- 

lar, instead of two dollars, as now provided by law. The 
docket fee in cases of judgment by confession to remain as 
now provided by law. 

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

Approved Februw 16, 1865. 



In force Feb, 16. AN ACT to further regulate the practice in the courts of common pleas of 
1865. t h e c iti es f Aurora and Elgin, and in the circuit court of Kane county. 

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

when original following cases, it shall be lawful for original or mesne pro- 

Fssued. s t0 be cess to be issued from the courts of common pleas of the 
cities of Aurora and Elgin to any county in the state, to be 
served or executed anywhere therein, and returned as 
the law requires in the Kane circuit court, such or similar 
process to be served or executed and returned. 

where cause ac- l. Where, by law, the venue is local and the cause of 
01 y * action accrued in the city from whose court of common pleas 
the process shall emanate. 

where accrued 2. Where, by law, the venue is transitory and the con- 

mci y o p am |. rac ^ or cauge f ac tj n in fact accrued in the city of the 
plaintiff from which such process shall issue. 

when more than 4. j u every species of personal actions, in law or equity, 
when there is more than one defendant, and one or more of 
them reside in the city from which such process shall issue : 

when judgment Provided, that if a verdict shall not be found or -judgment 

shall not be ren- " . J . o 

dered. rendered against the detendant or defendants, resident in 

the city where the action is commenced, judgment shall not 
be rendered against those defendants who do not reside in 
such city, unless they appear and defend the action. 

5. In every suit in equity or in statutory proceedings, in 
the nature of a suit in equity, which may affect real estate, 
and the whole or greater part thereof shall be situated in the 
city from which such process shall issue. 

when injunction 6. In cases of bills for injunction to stay proceedings at 

to^ayprocee - j a ^ w hich shall be filed with the clerk of the court of the 
city in which the record of the proceedings had shall be. 

when crime is <j t lu any criminal suit, matter or proceeding, where the 

committed in . n d „, 7 , ,, , *■ ■. c " ... » . 

city. crime, misdemeanor or offense shall have been committed m 

the city from which process shall issue, or that may be 
brought before either of said courts, by any constitutional 

proviso. rules or regulations provided by law: Provided, however, 



When real estate 
affected. 



CITY COURTS. 39 

nothing herein contained shall be construed to give said No jurisdiction 

•T . ,. ,. ,1 . ~ , n a t over treason 

courts jurisdiction over the crimes ot treason and murder. and murder. 

8. And in all cases in which it is or shall be lawful for Process may be 
original and mesne process, or either, to issue from the cir- issue . d ftom 

& , i -f-f- ' . court common 

cuit court ot the county ot Kane to any other county or coun- pleas. 
ties, in this state, to be therein served or executed and re- 
turned, it shall, also, in the same or like cases, be lawful to 
issue such process from the respective courts of common pleas 
of the cities of Aurora and Elgin to any county or counties 
in the state, to be served or executed anywhere therein, and 
returned as the law requires: Provided, the same jurisdic- Proviso, 
tional facts, in relation to the subject matter of the suit or of 
the residence of the plaintiff or plaintiffs, or both, or other 
matter, thing or things shall, in the same manner, exist in the 
city in which such suit shall have been or shall be about to 
be commenced or instituted, or proceedings had, as the law 
requires, such jurisdictional facts to exist in Kane county, in 
order to institute a suit or proceedings in the circuit court 
thereof, and to make it lawful to send such original and 
mesne process, or either of them, from the circuit court of 
Kane county to any other county or counties, to be served 
or executed and returned. 

§ 2. In every suit in equity or in statutory proceedings, when defend- 
in the nature of a suit in equity, in which the defendants residents. non " 
are all non-residents of the state, the bill or petition may be 
filed with the clerk of either court, if it shall not affect real 
estate; but if the suit or statutory proceedings shall affect 
real estate, the bill or petition shall be filed with the clerk Petition to be 
of the court of the city in which the real estate or greater affect s W rea\ 'el- 
part thereof shall be situated, and jurisdiction of the defend- tate - 
ants may be obtained according to the practice of the circuit 
court of Kane county in such cases. 

§ 3. Either of said courts shall have power to hear and courts may de- 
determine all cases brought to it by change of venue: Pro- ca™ s me except 
vided, it shall not have power to try cases of treason and ^ u ^° e ° an4 
murder. 

§ 4. The clerks of the respective courts may issue sub- Process issued to 
pcenas to any county in the state and attachments for diso- tadm^. 011 at 
bedience to such subpoenas by order of court. 

§ 5. That, hereafter, the terms of the court of common Term of court 
pleas of the city of Aurora shall be held on the second Mon- %™°* ple * s ' 
day of March, as now fixed by law ; on the second Monday 
of June, instead of the third Monday of June; and on the 
first Monday of December, instead of the third Monday of 
October. And chancery terms shall be held on the first chancery terms. 
Mondays of May and September, and on the second Mon- 
day of February, instead of the second Monday of January ; 
and that, hereafter, the terms of the court of common pleas 
of the city of Elgin shall be held on the fourth Monday of Term of court of 
January, as now fixed by law ; on the third Monday of May, E°$n.° n rleas ' 
instead of the fourth Monday of April ; and the fourth Mon- 



40 CITY COURTS. 

day of October, instead of the first Monday of October. And 
such terms shall continue until all the business before the 
court for the term shall have been disposed of. 

Act repealed. § 6. That an act, entitled "An act regulating practice in 
the courts of Kane county and state of Illinois," approved 
February 14, 1863, be and the same is hereby repealed, so 
far as it affects the practice of the said courts of common 
pleas and circuit court of Kane county ; and that the prac- 
tice and the laws in relation to such practice in said last men- 
tioned courts, existing at the time of the passage of said 

Act revived. ac j^ anc [ which wa g thereby repealed or changed, is hereby 
revived. 

jury fee taxed. § 7. That a jury fee of three dollars shall be taxed in 
each case, on the common law docket, except in cases of 
judgment by confession, in the Kane county circuit court, 
and said courts of common pleas, and collected as other 
costs; and, when collected, shall be paid into the county 

Attorney's fee treasury. That an attorney's fee of ten dollars shall be taxed 
with the costs in said courts in each case, whether at law or 
in equity, against the losing party in such case and in favor 
of the successful party and collected as other costs. 

Grand jurors, g g. That the grand jurors of the courts of common pleas 
of the cities of Elgin and Aurora shall be selected as now re- 

Peiit jurors, how quired by law. That the petit jurors of said city courts shall 
be selected by the board of supervisors of Kane county, as 

jurora' fees. now required by law; which jurors, so selected, shall have 
the same fees as petit jurors attending the circuit court, and 

jurors Aurora be paid in the same manner. The petit jurors for the Au- 
rora court shall be selected from the towns of Aurora, Sugar 
Grove. Kaneville, Big Rock, Blackberry, and Batavia; and 

jurors Elgin for the Elgin court, from the six northern towns of Kane 

Proviso. county : Provided, that such selection shall be optional with 

the said board of supervisors. And in case of neglect or 
refusal to make such selection, said jurors shall be selected 
as now required by law regulating the practice in said courts 
of common pleas. 

Petit jury, when § 9. That the said courts of common pleas and circuit 
court of Kane county shall, respectively, have the power to 
enter an order of record, fixing some other day of the term 
than the first day thereof, on which the petit jury shall be 
summoned to appear. 

in what case the § 10. That in case any part or portions of this act shall 
mo" pie°as shTii be declared or held by any court as unauthorized by the 
remain in exist- cons titution of this state, the said courts of common pleas 
shall, notwithstanding, remain in full existence, with such 
powers as have heretofore been and are hereby conferred 
on the same, respectively, which the legislature have the 
power to confer on them under the constitution of the state. 
§ 11. This act shall be in force from and after its pass- 
age. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



CITY COURTS. 4:1 

AN ACT in relation to the court of common pleas of the city of Cairo. In force £ eb - 16 > 



1S65. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Jurvcommisgion 
Illinois, rej?resented in the General Assembly, That the for city of 
mayor, the treasurer, and the city clerk, of the city of Cairo, Cairo - 
are hereby constituted a jury commission, for the court of 
common pleas of the city of Cairo. commission to 

§ 2. It is hereby made part of the official duty of said ^J^™ "' 
mayor, treasurer, and clerk, to meet together, at the office 
of said clerk, on the first Monday in the months next 
before the regular terms of the said court of common pleas, 
and then and there to place in a box, prepared for the pur- 
pose, the names of one hundred persons, who are citizens 
and householders of the city of Cairo ; and after such names 
so placed in such box, are fully intermingled, the said city 
clerk, in the presence of the said treasurer and mayor, or one 
of them, he being first blindfolded, shall draw from such box 
twenty-four names, one at a time ; and the persons whose 
names are thus drawn shall be the petit jurors for the term 
of said court of common pleas, then next ensuing. And on 
the same day, the said mayor, treasurer, and city clerk, shall 
place other one hundred names in said box, and in the same 
manner the said city clerk shall draw therefrom twenty-three commission to 
names ; and the persons whose names are thus drawn shall j^J."^ gr j£a 
be the grand jurors for the term of said court of common h0,v - 
pleas, then next ensning ; and each of said jurors shall re- 
ceive the same per diem as is paid to a juror of the circuit 
court. 

§ 3. The clerk of the court of common pleas of the city m^^to give 
of Cairo shall issue his certificate to each of such jurors, time served. 
showing the length of time each juror has served ; and such 
certificate shall be receivable by the city treasurer or collec- jurors' certia- 
tor for any tax or assessment or other indebtedness due to cfty S tal°s. d for 
said city ; and the city council may make said certificate 
payable directly from the city treasury. 

§ 4. All parts of acts, in relation to juries, in conflict Acts "pealed, 
with this act, are hereby repealed ; and nothing in this act Taligmenmaybe 
shall prevent the summoning of talismen, as now provided summoned. 
by law ; and talismen, when summoned to serve as jurors in 
said court, shall receive the same kind of certificates as are talisman. 
hereby provided to be issued to the regular panels. 

§ 5. The said city clerk, as soon as the drawing of °g£* *? £ 
jurors, as herein provided, is completed, shall furnish to the b^j™ m ^ 
clerk of the court of common pleas of the city of Cairo a pieas. 
certified list of the names so drawn ; and, thereupon, the 
said clerk of said court of common pleas shall issue a war- 
rant, under the seal of said court, directed to the marshal of 
said city, requiring him to summon the persons named in 
said certified list to attend as jurors at the term of said 
court then next ensuing. 



42 CITY COURTS. 

§ 6. This act shall take effect from and after its pas- 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to repeal an act to establish a register's office in the city of Cairo. 

1865. 

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

Act. repealed and Illinois, represented in the General AsstnMy, That the act 

office abolish- en titled "an act to establish a register's office in the city of 

Cairo," approved February 17, 1857, be and the same is 

hereby repealed, and the said office is hereby abolished. 

Register of Cairo § 2. The register of the city of Cairo shall deliver all the 

to give books, ^QQ^g | re cord and other papers in his office to the recorder 

etc., to record- f r m ( , 

er Alexander f Alexander county, who shall receive and deposit them m 

his office and enter his file mark thereon, and from the date 

of such delivery as evidenced by said file mark, such book 

of record of the register of the city of Cairo, shall be and 

To be a part of constitute a portion of the records of the recorder's office of 

county del re- Alexander county, and such delivery and incorporation in- 

cords, and be ^ ^ e gajd recorder's office shall have the same legal effect 
as if said records had been originally made in the said re- 
corder's office of said Alexander county, 
copies of re- \ 3. Copies made from the books deposited as above 

cords certified pr0 vided for, by the register of the city of Cairo, in the re- 

to be evidence, r r*» . « i j i -A i 1 1 

corder s office in Alexander county, when certified by the 
recorder, shall be of the same validity and have the same 
legal effect as copies from the original and other books of re- 
cord in the recorder's office, made and certified by the said 
recorder. 

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

Approved, February 16, 1865. 



In&r ?I(w eb ' 16 ' ^^ ACT to repeal so much of an act entitled "An act to establish recorders' 
courts in the cities of LaSalle and Peru," approved February 19, 1859, as 
provides for the establishment of such court in the city of LaSalle, and 
the act amendatory thereof, approved February 18, 1861, so far as it ap- 
plies to the recorder's court of the city of LaSalle, and for other purposes 
therein named. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That so much 

Act establishing f an ac t entitled "An act to establish recorders' courts in 

repealed. the cities of LaSalle and Peru," approved February 19, 



CITY COURTS. 43 

1859, and the act amendatory thereof, approved February 
18, 1861, so far as it applies to the recorder's court in the 
city of LaSalle, be and the same are hereby repealed. 

§ 2. All causes and proceedings, both civil and criminal, aii causes trans- 

.. . ., r ,i -iii-T ferred to circuit 

now pending in said recorder s court, and all indictments, court Lasaiie 
pleas and papers pertaining to any of said causes or pro- disced of. 
ceedings, shall be transferred to the circuit court of LaSalle 
county, and said causes or proceedings shall be docketed by 
the clerk of said circuit court, and proceed to final hearing and 
determination in said circuit court, the same as if such 
causes, proceedings or indictments had been commenced or 
instituted in said circuit court. 

§ 3. It shall be the duty of the clerk of the recorder's Clerk recorder's 

s r> i • n-rrin <• ITT i ..l court to deliver 

court oi the city or LaSalle to transfer and deliver to the an books to crk 
clerk of the circuit court of said LaSalle county, all books CIrcmt court ' 
and records belonging to said recorder's court, and all pa- 
pers belonging or appertaining to any cause or proceeding, 
civil and criminal, heretofore determined therein, or which 
may be now pending therein ; and any original or other 
process issued by said court, and not returned when this act ah process to be 
shall take effect, shall be returned by the officer having the circuit court. 
same to the clerk of the circuit court of LaSalle county ; 
and all causes and proceedings in said court which may 
have been taken to the supreme court, by appeal or other- 
wise, and which have not been actually remanded, shall, if 
reversed, be remanded to the circuit court of said LaSalle 
county: and when any apneal or writ of error shall here- suits in supreme 

, v I . i r- i l i j court to be re- 

atter be prosecuted irom any judgment, order or decree manded to cu-- 
heretofore determined in said recorder's court to reverse the cmtcourt - 
same, the same, if reversed and remanded by the supreme 
court, shall be remanded to the circuit court of said LaSalle 
county, and all further proceedings therein shall be had in 
the same manner as if such suit or proceeding had been 
originally commenced in said circuit court. 

§ 4. The clerk of said circuit court is hereby expressly cierk of circuit 
authorized and empowered to issue executions upon any executions 13 *^ 
judgments now remaining unsatisfied in said recorder's ^f^.g c . r ° f 
court, the same as if said judgments had been originally 
rendered in said circuit court ; and the same remedies and 
proceedings may be had for the collection of any judgment 
or decree heretofore rendered by said recorder's court as if 
the same had been rendered in said circuit court : Provided, Proviso. 
however, that when the master in chancery of said record- 
er's court, or special commissioner appointed by such court, 
is required by the decree entered in any cause heretofore 
pending therein to make any sale, or do any act, such mas- Master chancery 
ter in chancery, or special commissioner, shall proceed to ma^mlke^ie 
make such sale, or perform such act, the same as if specially ^erk o 6 f P circuit 
appointed by said circuit court, and shall make report of court. 
his proceedings to said circuit court. 



44 CUSTOM HOUSE AT CHICAGO. 

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

Appkovf.d February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to cede jurisdiction to the United States over certain lands joining 
1865. the custom house in Chicago. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the /State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That whereas, 
ceding certain by certain acts, approved February 13, 1855, and February 
Chicago t8 uni n - X6 a 1859, exclusive jurisdiction and legislation have been 
ted states. ceded to the United States over property in the south-east 
corner of block one hundred and nineteen, (119,) in the 
school section addition to Chicago, embracing ninety-live 
(95) feet on Monroe street, immediately west of Dearborn 
street, as now laid out, and extending north one hundred 
and ninety (190) feet, to the alley in the rear; and whereas, 
the United States have acquired or desire to acquire an 
interest in or the title to twenty-four (24) feet fronting on 
said Monroe street, lying immediately west of said ninety- 
live (95) feet, and extending one hundred and ninety feet 
north from said street to said alley : therefore, exclusive 
jurisdiction and legislation are hereby ceded to the United 
States over said last-mentioned twenty-four feet, or so much 
thereof as the United States shall have acquired or may 
, hereafter acquire title to or interest in : and the right of 

Right of taxation , .. A , ,. • i , /> <• . ,• 

relinquished, taxation or assessment ot said twenty-lour leet, or ot so 
much thereof as the United States have acquired or may 
hereafter acquire title to or interest in, is hereby relinquished 
to the United States. 
Process under § 2. AH civil and criminal process issued under the au- 
bt a e nforc V ed may thority of this state, or by any of its officers, in pursuance 
of law, may be executed on said twenty-four feet, 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 its passage. 
Afpkoved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 13, AN ACT relating to county and city debts, and to provide for the payment 
1865. thereof by taxation in such counties and cities. 

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



COUNTY AND CITY DEBTS. 



45 



cases where counties or cities have heretofore, under any law B c ° a n n d c B ele ^ tc . be 
of this state, issued bonds or securities for money on account 
of any subscription to the capital stock of any railroad com- 
pany, or on account of, or in aid of, any public improve- 
ment, and the same remain outstanding, or any debt arising 
thereout remains unpaid, the board of supervisors or county 
court of such county, and the city council or municipal au- 
thority of such city, as the case may be, having issued such 
bonds' or securities, may, upon due surrender of any such 
bonds or securities, or cancellation of such debt, issue in 
place thereof to the holder or owner, new bonds, in such 
form, for such amount, upon such time, and drawing such 
interest as may be agreed upon with the holder or owner : 
Provided, such new bonds shall not be for a greater sum proviso, 
than the principal and accrued or earned interest unpaid of 
the bonds or debts in place of which they shall be given, 
nor bear a greater rate of interest than six per cent, per an- Bonds to bear si* 

c"» i /• t i • i 11 P ei " cen t. inter- 

num, payable on the first day ot July in each year ; and sucn est . 
bonds shall show on their face that they are issued under 
this act, and, if so agreed, may provide for payment of five 
per cent, of the principal thereof, annually, until fully paid. 

§ 2. Upon the surrender of any such bond or security, Bonds jumn- 
under this act, the same shall be indorsed canceled, and the dorsed. 
same shall from time to time be destroyed, under the direc- 
tion of the authority issuing them. Upon the issuing of any 
such new bond, the county clerk, or city clerk, as the case 
may be, shall make registration thereof in a book to be kept New bonds to be 
for" that purpose in his office, showing the date, amount, reglstere • 
number, maturity and rate of interest of such new bond, 
and the number and date of the bond or security for which 
the same is given. On presentation of any such new bond 1 £g£ 1 JlJ££: 
at the office of the auditor of public accounts for regis tra- aitor. 
tion, he shall cause the same to be registered in his office, 
in a book to be kept for that purpose, such registration 
shall show the date, amount, number, maturity and rate of 
interest of such bond, under what act, and by what county 
or city issued, and for such registration the auditor shall be 
entitled to a fee of one dollar, to be paid by the party desir- Auditor-* fee. 
ing the same, and the auditor shall, under his seal of office, 
certify upon such bond the fact of such registration, for ( J£^ f re " 
which the auditor shall be entitled to a fee of fifty cents. 

§ 3. In all cases when any county or city shall issue ^VtifyTa^ 
bonds under this act, it shall be the duty of the county clerk 
of such county, or of the officer to whom or to whose office 
the assessment rolls for state taxation, whether county or 
city, are or shall be returnable, within five days after such 
return, to make out and transmit to the auditor of state, to 
be filed in his office, a certificate stating the total value of all 
property, real and personal, within such county or city, ex- 
hibited by such assessment. 



ditor's amount 
of assessment. 



46 COUNTY AND CITY DEBTS. 

§ 4. "When the bonds of any county or city, to the amount 
of twenty thousand dollars, shall be so registered, the auditor 

A to n b U e al compu r ted s ^ a ^ annually ascertain the amount of interest for the cur- 
by auditor. rent year, due and accrued, and to accrue, against any 
county or city. On all such bonds, so registered in his 
office, on the first day of January, then next preceding, to 
which amount, where such bonds or securities provide for 
payment of five per cent, of the principal thereof, annually, 

when taxes may he shalladd five per cent, of such principal thereof, and shall, 
ditor Vi to d Se ll P on tne DaSj - s 0± ' the certificate of valuation of property so 
bonds. to be transmitted to him, or, in case no such certificate shall 

be filed in his office, then upon the basis of the total state 
revenue of such county or city for the year next preceding, 
or of the assessment appertaining thereto of such year esti- 
mate, and determine the rate per centum on the valuation 
of property within such county or city, requisite to meet and 
satisfy the same interest, or interest and principal, as the 
case may be, together with ordinary costs to the state of 
collection and disbursement of the same, to be estimated by 
the auditor and treasurer ; and shall make and transmit to 
the county clerk of such county, and to the officer or au- 
thority whose duty it is, or shall be, to prepare the estimates 
and books for the collection of state taxes in such county or 
city, a certificate stating such estimated requisite per cen- 
tum for such purposes, to be filed in his office ; and the same 
per centum shall thereupon be deemed added to and a part 
of the per centum which is or may be levied, or provided 
by law, for purposes of state revenue, and shall be so treated 
by such clerk, officer or authority, in making such estimates 

such tax to be Hnc ^ D0 °ks for the collection of taxes, and the same tax shall 
collected with be collected with the state revenue, and all laws relating to 
the state revenue shall apply thereto, except as herein other- 
wise provided ; and such per centum shall be deducted from 
the county or city levy for the current or ensuing year. 

state not liable. g 5> ^he state shall be deemed the custodian only of 
the tax so collected, and shall not be deemed in any manner 
liable on account of any such bonds, but the tax and the 

T paymen d t g o e f d b'd s funds so collected shall be deemed pledged and appropria- 

registered. ted to the payment of the interest and principal of the reg- 
istered bonds, to satisfy which the same is herein provided to 
be collected, as aforesaid, and such new bonds or securities, to 
be issued under authority hereof, shall be deemed secured and 
provided for in virtue and faith hereof, until fully satisfied. 
The state shall annually collect and apply the said fund to 

T nuany P o n ed eS- the satisfaction of the annual interest, or annual interest and 

tered bonds." n Ve per centum of the principal, as the case may be, of such 
registered bonds of any such county or city, to the extent 
the same is herein contemplated to be derived from such 
tax in the same county or city, in the same manner as inter- 
est on the bonds of the state are or may be collected and 



COUNTY AND CITY DEBTS. 



47 



paid, but in like moneys as shall be receivable in payment 
of state taxes ; and the moneys so paid upon the principal 
of any such bonds shall be indorsed thereon, and due re-^XJld t0 o b n 
ceipts therefor shall be taken and hied in the office of the bonds. 
state auditor or treasurer, and interest coupons or bonds so 
paid shall be returned to one of said offices, and shall be can- c t ° u £ 8 d £ t ^°*d' 
celed and destroyed in the same manner as those appertain- 
ing to the state debt. 

"§ 6. The state may out of said fund first retain or satisfy cost of coiiec- 
the ordinary costs of the state, of the collection and disburse- bumment «- 
ment thereof, and in case of n.n-presentment of any such tained - 
bond or interest coupon, of any county or city, for payment 
at the times and places when and where the interest on the 
state debt is or may be paid, then, on the beginning of 
the next year, the moneys, by reason thereof undisbursed, 
together with any surplus for any cause remaining, shall be 
carried to the fund of such county or city of the current or 
ensuing year, and be considered by the auditor in making 
his next estimate for taxation therein, for such year, under 
this act, and shall be applied accordingly. All laws relating Laws relating to 
to the payment of interest on the state debt, or the cancella- tSfon^to 
tion of evidences thereof, not inconsistent with this act, shall debt - 
apply to the receipt, custod}^ and disbursement of the taxes 
and fund provided by this act. 

§ 7. Upon maturity of any such registered bonds or when bonds ma- 
securities, in case of non-payment thereof, by the county or registered as 
city issuing the same, the holders thereof may cause the such - 
same to be registered in the office of the auditor, as matured 
and unsatisfied bonds, and thereupon, for the purpose of 
providing for the payment of the principal of the same ma- 
tured bonds, at the rate of five per cent, of such principal an- 
nually, and of interest thereon in arrear, and for the current 
or ensuing year to accrue, together with costs to the state 
and collection and disbursement as aforesaid, the same pro- 
ceedings in all respects shall be had as is hereinbefore provided 
for payment of interest on such bonds, by collection in such 
county or city, and disbursement in the manner and upon 
the basis hereinbefore provided, of an annual tax sufficient Annual tax to be 
for the purposes in this section contemplated; and the same ]™dt are 
shall be collected and applied, as aforesaid, to such purpose, P aid - 
from year to year, until full satisfaction thereof, when said 
bonds shall be canceled and destroyed, as is hereinbefore 
provided. 

§ 8. Upon the payment of any such registered bond or Au ^. or t0 ^en 
security by the county or city issuing the same, and present- bonds are 
ation thereof to the auditor, he shall cause due entry thereof pau 
to be made in his office. 

§ 9. If it shall be deemed advisable, any such county or Ne * gjj" may 
city may issue such new bonds for the purpose alone of satis- 
fying or taking up their respective bonds or debts. 



48 DOWER. 

Co c3nty ° n and § 1 °- There sna11 be allowed and paid to county and 
town coiiec- town collectors, for collecting and paying over the taxes 
levied by virtue of this act, the following rates of commis- 
sions, to be ascertained and computed in the same manner 
that commissions for collecting and paying over state taxes 
are ascertained and computed and paid from the taxes so 

To toi°s Wn collec " collected, viz : To town collectors, at the rate of three per 

to county coi- cent, on all sums collected ; to county collectors, at the rate 
of two per cent, on all sums received by them from town 
collectors for the first ten thousand dollars so received, and 
one per cent, on the amount received over ten thousand dol- 
lars, which shall be in full for receiving the same and paying 
it into the state treasury, and for adjusting the accounts of 
and settling with the town collectors for their collection of 
said tax and the commission of three per cen^ on all sums 
by themselves collected and paid over to the state treasurer; 

collector's bond and where such tax is levied, the collectors' bonds shall be 
to be increas- } ncreaS ed fifty per centum. 

§ 11. This act shall be deemed a public act, and take 
effect from and after its passage. 
Approved February 13, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT in relation to the assignment of dower. 

1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereaf- 
ter, in all cases where commissioners are directed, by order 
T maT h be e se°t W o e ff or decree of court, to setoff and allot dower in several 
on one or tracts of land, described in such order or decree, it shall not 
'be necessary to assign such dower in each tract, but such 
commissioners may set off and allot the dower in the whole 
of such lands, in a body, or out of two or more of such 
tracts of land, in such manner as they may deem best for 
Report subject all persons interested, subject, however, at all times, to the 
court P1 ° val ° f supervision and approval of the court. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



DOWER. 49 

AN ACT authorizing a wife whose husband is a lunatic or distracted person, In force Feb. 16, 
to release dower in certain cases. 1865, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That when 
the guardian or conservator of any married man who is an when husband 
idiot, lunatic or distracted person, shall be authorized by the wife may 'join 
judgment or decree of any competent court to sell the real ^Hn deeded 
estate of his ward, and under such authority shall sell the relinquish dow- 

i .« « i i . * i ,» • *i ■ „, . 4 . , er and home- 

Same, the wite ot the ward may, it she thinks fit, join with stead of hus- 

the guardian or conservator in the conveyance thereof, and band ' s estate - 
thereby release and convey her right of dower and of home- 
stead, and any and all right, interest or claim which she 
may have in and to the granted premises, with like effect as 
she might hc«.e done, or may do, by a conveyance thereof, 
made and executed jointly with her husband, if he were 
under no legal disability. 

§ 2. That when such guardian or conservator is author- May join and 
ized as aforesaid to sell the interest of his ward in any real . convey her own 
estate of his wife, and under such authority shall sell the tiea 
same, the wife may, if she thinks fit, join with the guardian 
or conservator in the conveyance thereof, and thereby sell 
and convey all her estate, homestead, right and interest in and 
to the granted premises, with like effect as she might have 
done or may do by a conveyance thereof made and executed 
jointly with her husband, if he were under no legal disa- 
bility. 

§ 3. That in case of any such sale, conveyance or re- proceeds of 
lease by the wife, of any real estate owned by her, the pro- fife's lands to 

, •', , i <• i • i ■ 1 i i • i be paid her. 

ceeds ot the sale ot her interest therein, the amount ot which 
being determined by the court, shall be paid to her as her 
sole property. 

§ 4. That in case of any such conveyance and release by interest in hus- 
the wife, of her right of dower, of homestead, or other beplfd^wife u 
claim or interest in the real estate of her husband, the pro- sole property, 
ceeds of the sale of any such interest of the wife, may, with 
the consent and order of the court, be paid to the wife as her 
sole property ; the interest, if in dower, to be determined 
by the annuity tables, and based upon the life of the wife, 
or the proceeds of any such sale may be so disposed of and 
invested under the order of the court, as to secure to the 
wife the same right, use and benefit of and in the same, and 
the income thereof, that she would have of and in the same cured. fe8e " 
real estate, and the income thereof, if the same had not been 
sold and her husband had died ; and any agreement made 
between the wife and the guardian or conservator for dis- Agreement by 
posing of, securing or investing such proceeds, or any part Jan vaudf 11 "' 
thereof, for the uses and purposes aforesaid, being approved 
and confirmed by the court, and any order or decree of the 
court made in relation thereto shall be valid and binding on 
all persons interested in the lands 6old, or the proceeds of 
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50 KRAINAGE. 

such sale, and may be enforced in said court, or by an ac- 
Remedy of wife, tion at law, or in equity, as the case may require; and the 

wife may have all these remedies in her own name alone. 
This act appiica- § 5. This act shall apply to and include conservators 
ans of id g iots. dl " and guardians of idiots, lunatics and distracted persons, ap- 
pointed or to be appointed in foreign states and countries, 
and to the wives of such idiot?, lunatics and distracted per- 
sons, as well as to residents of this state. 

§ 6. This act shall take effect from and after its passage. 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to facilitate the drainage of wet lands. 

1S65. 

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

Illinois, represented in the CTeneral Assembly, That in all 

who shaii be the counties of this state adopting township organization, 

drainage com- . . . ,. , . , i "n 1 i i i 

missioned. the commissioners ot highways shall be and are hereby con- 
stituted, ex (jfficio, a board of drainage commissioners in 
their respective towns. 

wet land, how § 2. Hereafter when any person or persons owning wet 

tainef. 6 ' ° ' or overflowed lands in any county under township organi- 
zation in this state, desising 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 applica- 

Notice to com- . ° . ,~ , J . . . . l l . 

missioners of tion to the said drainage commissioners, in writing, stating 

ag e e . of dram " through whose premises it is necessary to pass, in order to 

effect a proper outlet for the proposed drain, and he shall 

Notice to owners a i so f urn i s h to each of the owner or owners, or their agent 

or agents. t o 

or agents, through whose land it is proposed to pass, a no- 
tice, in writing, stating that he intends to make application 
to the said commissioners to lay out a drain through his or 
their lands. 
Time of meeting § 3. The commissioners shall agree upon a time, 

sifter notice 

not exceeding thirty days from the receipt of the ap- 
plication of the person or persons desiring the drain, when 
and where they will meet to determine upon such applica- 
tion, and if anything shall prevent the meeting of the com- 
missioners, or any one of them, upon the day specified, then 
they shall as soon thereafter as possible determine upon 
another day for meeting, and they themselves shall give 
Additional no- notice of such meeting to the parties concerned or their 
agents. 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 



DRAINAGE. 51 

impartially to determine whether in order effectually to 
drain the land of the party or parties making the applica- 
tion, it is necessary to pass through the land proposed, and 
if they shall find it necessary so to do, they shall then de- 
teroiinc also the direction which the drain shall be run, and Dil . ection aud 
also the breadth of the same, granting always that the depth breadth of 
shall be snch as to produce a current. 

§ 5. The commissioners shall also determine whether if drain be of 
the proposed drain will be of any practical benefit to the owner* *° ahau 
land through which it is to pass, and if so, what portion of makesanie - 
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 whicli it is desired to pass, then they shall de- 
cide 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 Limit of time to 
same, not exceeding six months nor less than thirty days. make dram " 
But if they shall be of opinion that the drain proposed 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 "^er* 1 b \ n hau 
shall make or cause to be made, c;ivinr>; a reasonable time maI ? e P art of 

n i-i it i • • drain. 

tor completing the same; and the party or parties desiring 
the drain shall be at liberty to complete the remainder ac- 
cording to the specifications of the commissioners, at his or 
their own expense. 

§ 6. But if the person or persons through whose land ^Jnake' drain! 
the drain is ordered to pass, shall neglect or refuse to make 
or cause the same to be ma«le, 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 persons so neglecting or refusing, and make or cause to 
be made the drain, following the specifications of the said when applicant 
commissioners; and he or they may recover the necessary may recover for 

' ■/ •/ drain on other 

expense of such work from the person or persons so neg- lands, 
lecting or refusing, in an action of debt, in any court having 
competent jurisdiction in the county in which such labor 
was done or performed. 

§ 7. If the commissioners shall be of opinion that the when damages 
drain if made will be of damage to the land through which SrHin B ap£3«[nt 
it is proposed to pass, then they shall assess the amount of t0 P a y- 
the damage to be paid by the person or persons desiring the 
drain, after payment of whicli 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 cannot be con- 
ducted into a lake, or pond, or river, or other outlet. 

§ 8. The commissioners, after having decided either in 
favor of or against the application for a drain, shall note 



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52 DRAINA&E. 

Decision of com- their decision on the back of the application, and file the 

with %?fncierk same in the office of the town clerk, and the town clerk shall 
enter upon his book the date of such filing. 

Fees of commis- § 9. The fees of the drainage commissioners shall be the 
same as is now allowed by law for their services as commis- 
sioners of highways, and shall be paid in the same manner. 

Appeals allowed 8 10. Either party feelino- aggrieved by the decision of 

from commis- , u . x :., . "-, °°, „ A. , ■, . ,-. 

eioners. the commissioners, either m locating or tailing 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 ap- 
peal shall be taken before the supervisor, one justice of the 
peace, and the town clerk of the town in which the drain is 
proviso. 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, then the other two shall select 
some disinterested person to act with them. 
Review of action § 11. The supervisor, justice of the peace and town clerk, 
of^cornmission- ^ Q cage none are interested as aforesaid,) shall as soon a.s 
practicable, 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 corn- 
when decision is missioners was in their judgment proper, and if they reverse 
reversed. £ ne (j ec ision 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 reap- 
portioned the labor, or reassessed the damage, if any there 
be, which statement shall be filed with the town clerk for 
Final decision, inspection, and their decision shall be final in all cases per- 
taining to the subject. 
Fees of officers. § 12. In all cases of appeal, the persons hearing and de- 
ciding 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 
Topay a c P o P st! lant shall be paid by the party taking the appeal. But if said 
when fees paid decision shall be reversed in whole or in part, then the fees 
fund. towns ip of the said officers shall be paid from the township fund?. 
Drain on lands § 13. In all cases where the commissioners shall have 
dents howpafd ordered a drain through the lands of non-resident owner or 
for. ' owners, and such owner or owners will not make nor pay 

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 
county cierk to the county clerk in such county, who shall enter the amount, 
withothM^tax- with other taxes, against the said land, and when the same 
es. shall have been collected as other taxes are collected, he 

shall pay the amount to the person or persons making or 
causing the drain to have been made. 
Not more than § 14. Nothing in this act shall authorize the assessment 
to a D f e c f har X g P d D to of more than one half the expense or cost of any drain upon 
open lands. unfnclosed lands through which such drain may be run. 



EDUCATION. 53 

§ 15. This act shall not apply to the counties of McHenry McHenvy and 
?.nd Kane, and this act shall not be construed to conflict J* whSS" 
■with existing laws for drainage in the county of Cook. 

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

Approved February 16, 1S65. 



AN ACT for the benefit, of the board of education of the state of Illinois. In force Feb. 4, 

1S65. 

"Whereas the board of education of the state of Illinois are Preamble, 
indebted to "Walworth, Hubbard and Company in the 
sum of $6328, and to Mortimer & Loberg in the sum of 
14,726 collars, and to Greenbaum & Sons in the sum of 
9335 dollars, and to Allen Flowes in the sum of 604 dol- 
lars, with the interest accruing from December 13, 1S64, 
and that the consideration of said indebtedness was for 
labor and material furnished by said partiess in the erec- 
tion and building of the State Normal University, and 
for the payment of which the said creditors have a lien 
upon the university buildings and grounds; therefore, for 
the purpose of liquidating said indebtedness and remov- 
ing said lien from said building and grounds, 
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the chair- 
man of the committee of education in the senate, and the committee to ex- 
chairman of the committee of education of the house, and amiae accounts - 
the president of the board of education of the state of Illi- 
nois, are hereby appointed a committee, with power to meet 
during the present session, or thereafter, to determine the 
amounts severally due on said claims ; and for that purpose 
it shall be their duty to meet as soon as possible and exam- 
ine and determine the amounts due the respective parties; 
and said committee shall grant a certificate to each of the certificate to 
claimants, stating the amount justly due, so far as they may 
find the claims just and unpaid. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of the auditor of public accounts, 
on the presentation of any certificate granted as aforesaid 
by said committee, or a majority of them, to issue his war- Auditor to issue 
rant on the treasurer, for the amount specified in such cer- IK™* 11 * ? cer- 

•_£_• /> -771 -> • lii • tincate of com- 

tmcate : Provided, that the auaitor shall not issue warrants mittee. 

for a greater amount, in the aggregate, than thirty-two Amount limited. 

thousand dollars. Such warrants shall be countersigned 

I'll- 
and paid by the treasurer, out of any money not otherwise 

appropriated. 

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

Approved February 4, 1865. 



Board of registry- 



Si ELECTIONS. 

In force Feb. 15, AN ACT for the registry of electors and to prevent fraudulent voting. 
1365. 

Sec i ion 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the mbieneral Assembly, That the 
persons authorized by law, or appointed pursuant to any 
town or city ordinance, to act as judges or inspectors of 
elections in any town, city, or ward, or other election district 
or precinct, in this state, (except the moderator of the town 
meeting, in towns adopting township organization,) shall 
constitute a "board of registry" for their respective towns, 
cities, wards, districts or precincts, and shall meet on Tues- 
day, three weeks preceding any state, county, city, or town, 
election, (except "town meetings" in towns adopting the 
township organization law,) at nine o'clock a. m., and pro- 
T . , , , , ceed to make a list, as hereinafter prescribed, of all persons 

List of voters to „ , ' < ' f # 

i>3 made. qualmed and entitled to vote at the ensuing election in the 

election district of which they are judges or inspectors; 

which list, when completed, shall constitute and be known 

as the "register of electors" of said election district; and 

said board may continue their session, for the purpose of 

Proviso. making said list, two days, if necessary : Provided, that at 

the last election in said district, prior to said meeting, the 

number of votes cast in said district exceeded two hundred. 

§ 2. Said registers shall each contain a list of the per- 

L vo\e?s in U aipna- sons so qualified and entitled to vote in said election district, 

betic order. alphabetically arranged, according to their respective sur- 
names, so as to show, in one column, the name at full 

Residence of vo- length, and in another column, in cities, the residence, by 

teis - the number of the dwelling, if there be a number, and the 

name of the street or other location of the dwelling place 
of each person. It shall be the duty of said board to enter 
in said lists the names of all persons, residing in their elec- 
tion district, whose name appears on the poll list kept in 
said district at the last preceding election ; in cities the 
number of the dwelling and name of the street or other 
location, if the same shall be known to, or can be ascertained 
by such board ; and for this puvpose, said board are author- 
ized to take from the office in which they are filed, the poll 
lists made and filed by the judges or inspectors of such 
district, at the election held next prior to the making of 
such register. In making said list, the board shall enter 

Names may be thereon, in addition to the names on the poll list, the names 

added to iis.t. of all other persons who are well known to them to be elec- 
tors in said district ; and the names of all persons on the 
poll list who have died or removed from the district shali 
be omitted from said register. The said board shall com- 
plete, as far as practicable, the said register on the day of 

copies of list, their meeting, aforesaid, and shall make four copies thereof, 
and certify the register and each of the copies to be a true 
list of the voters in their district, so far as the same are 



ELECTIONS. 55 

known to them. "Within two days thereafter, the said origi- 
nal list, together with the list taken from the office, as afore- Lists, where filed 
said, shall be tiled by said board in the office of the town 
clerk of the town in which said election district may be; 
but in counties not adopting township organization said list 
shall be filed with the judges or inspectors of election of 
the proper district, or if such election district is in a 
city, then it shall be filed in the office of the city clerk 
of "said city; and one copy of said list shall be kept by 
each of said judges or inspectors, and carefully preserved 
by him for their use on the day or days hereinafter men- 
tioned, for the revision and correction of the same. One 
copy of said list shall, immediately after its completion 
be posted in some conspicuous place where the last preced- 
ing election in said district was held, and be accessible to 
any elector who may desire to examine the same or make Electors may ex- 
copies thereof. Any person who shall take down, tear down copy. 
or deface any list, so posted, shall be deemed guilty of mis- 
demeanor, and shall be punished by a fine of fifty dollars, 
or by imprisonment in the county jail for the term of sixty 
days, or by both fine and imprisonment. The board may, 
in their discretion, cause printed copies of said list to be 
posted up in such places as they may direct, and may cause 
the same to be published in some newspaper in the county L u 8 B hel! >aw pub ' 
in which such district is situated, at an expense not exceed- 
ing one cent for each name on said list. 

§ 3. In case a new election district shall be formed bv W1 ? en . ne 7 dia r 

,1 • .• , i ,, v • • ,. t»ct is formed. 

the organization ot a new town, or by the division ot any 
town or ward, or the incorporation of a city or town, the 
judges or inspectors of the election in the new district thus 
formed, may make their registry of electors on the day pre- 
scribed by this act, in such manner as a majority of them 
may direct, and for that purpose may make a list, or cause 
to be made, a certified copy of the poll list or lists of the 
districts in which such new district is situated, or they may 
dispense with such list or lists, and proceed to make a regis- 
ter of electors from the best means at their command. Said 
lists shall only embrace the names of such persons as are L j j £ts t - d how cor ' 
known to them to be electors in their district, and shall be 
posted up and copies thereof made, as prescribed in the 
preceding section, and shall be corrected in the same man- 
ner that other hsts are corrected. 

§ 4. The said board shall again meet on Tuesday of the ReTision of listB - 
week preceding the said elect ; ons, in their respective elec- 
tion districts, at the place designated for holding the polls 
of the election, for the purpose of revising, correcting, and 
completing said lists, and for this purpose, in cities, they 
shall meet at eight o'clock in the morning, and remain in 
session until nine o'clock p. m. of that day, and the day fol- 
lowing ; and in other districts they shall meet at nine o'clock 



56 ELECTIONS. 

in the morning and remain in session until four o'clock p. 
m. of that day. 

Proceedings to § 5. The proceedings of said board shall be open, and 
be open. a jj p ersons residing and entitled to vote in said district, shall 

be entitled to be heard by said board ii relation to correc- 
tions or additions to said register. One of the lists so kept 
by the judges or inspectors, as aforesaid, shall be used by 
them, on the day or days of making corrections or additions, 
for the purpose of completing the registry for such district. 

wnennamesmay § 6. It shall be the duty of said board, at their meeting 
be erased. f or rev i sni cr and correcting said lists, to erase therefrom the 
name of any person inserted therein, who shall be proved 
by the oath of two legal voters of said district, to the satis- 
faction of said board, to be nonresident of said district, or 
otherwise not entitled to vote, in said district, at the election 
then next to be held. Any elector residing in said district, 
and entitled to vote therein, may appear before said board 
and require his name to be recorded on said alphabetical 
list. An}' person so requiring his name to be so entered on 
said lists, shall make the same statement as to the street and 
number thereof, and where he resides, required by the pro- 
visions of this act of persons offering their votes at elections, 

Refusal to give and shall be subject to the same penalties for refusing to 

information. ^ tq suc [ x information, or for falsely giving the same, and 
shall also be subject to challenge, either by the judges or 
inspectors, or either of them, or by any other elector whose 
name appears on said alphabetical list ; and the same oaths 
may be administered by the judges or inspectors as now 
provided in case of persons offering to vote at an election, 
and in case no challenge is made of any person requiring 
his name to be entered on said alphabetical list, or in case 
of challenge, if such person shall make oath th-it would 
entitle him to vote in case of challenge at an election, then 

aided, on 7 oath the name of any such person shall be added to the alpha- 

of applicant, optical poll list of the last preceding year. 

certified copies § 7. After sa id l* 8 * 8 shall have been fully completed, the 

of list. said board shall, within three days thereafter, cause four 

copies of the same to be made, each of which shall be certi- 
fied by them to be a correct list of the voters of their dis- 

where med. trL-t; one of which shall be filed in the office of the town 
clerk of towns, and in the office of city clerks in cities ; and 
one of which copies shall be delivered to each of said judges 
or inspectors. It shall be the duty of the said judges or 
inspectors so receiving such lists, carefully to preserve the 
said lists for their use on election day, and to designate two 
of their number, at the opening of the polls, to check the 
name of every voter voting in such district whose name is 

when vote shaii on the register. Wo vote sha'.l be received at any state, 

be rejectd. county, town or city election in this state, except at town 
meetings in towns adopting the township organization law, 
if the name of the person offering to vote be not on the said 



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register, made on the Tuesday o:- "Wednesday preceding the 
election, unless the person offering to vote shall furnish to 
the judges of the election his affidavit, in writing, stating 
therein that he is an inhabitant of said district and entitled 
to vote therein at such election, and prove by the oath of a 
householder and registered voter of the district in which he 
offers his vote, that he knows such person to be an inhabi- 
tant of the district, and if, in any city, giving the residence 
of such person within said district. The" oath may be oath or a PP H- 
administered by one of the judges or inspectors of the elec- cant tobe filed ' 
tion, at the poll where the vote^shaH be offered, or by any 
other person authorized to administer oaths, but no person 
shall be authorized to receive compensation for admin- 
istering the oath. Said oath shall be preserved and filed 
in the office of the town or city clerk, or in case there be no 
clerk, then said oath shall be filed with and preserved by 
the judges or inspectors of the proper district. Any person 
may [be] challenged, and the same oaths shall be putas now 
are or hereafter may be prescribed by law. 

§ S. The clerks at each poll, in addition to the duties 
now prescribed by law, shall enter on the poll list, kept by 
them in columns prepared for that purpose, opposite the 
name of each person voting, the same statement or minute 
as hereinbefore required of the board in making the regis- 
try; but such entry is not to be made by them if the regis- 
try contains correctly the name and residence of such voter;- 
and in all cases said clerk shall enter in a column opposite 
the name of each person not registered, the words "not w^™ name of 
registered." In cities, every elector, at the time of offering u&%i? ,,0t " 8 " 
his vote, shall truly state the street in which he resides, and 
if the house, lodging or tenement in which he resides is 
numbered, the number thereof. And the clerks of the polls, 
in case the name of such elector is not registered, shall truly 
enter in the appropriate column of the poll list, opposite the 
name of the elector, the street in which the elector resides, 
and the number, in case the house, lodging or tenement is 
numbered ; and if the same is not numbered, then the clerk 
shall enter "not numbered" in the column of the poll list 
for entering the number. In case of refusal to make the when votedmn 
statement as aforesaid, the vote of such an elector shall not be "" ected - 
be received. Any person who shall willfully make any false False statement, 
statement in relation thereto, shall be deemed guilty of mis- how puni8hed - 
demeanor, and shall, upon conviction, be punished with a 
fine of fifty dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail 
in the county for a p2riod of ten days, or by both such fine 
and imprisonment. 

§ 9. After the canvass of the votes, one of said poll lists Po » boots, when 
and said register so kept and checked as aforesaid, shall be med * 
attached together, and shall, on the following day, be filed 
in the town or city clerk's office (as the case may be) in 
which said district may be, or in case there be no such clerk 
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58 ELECTIONS. 

then such poll lists and register shall be filed with and pre- 
served by the judges or inspectors to be used by the board 
of registry in making the list of voters at the next election ; 
the other of said poll lists and registers, so kept and check- 
ed, (except in town and city elections,) shall be returned to 
the office of the county clerk of the county in which said dis- 
trict may be, at the same time the returns of the election 
are made. 
Board may a P - § 10. The said board may, if necessary, on the day or 

point cierk. ^yg f ^q making and of the corrections of such lists, ap- 
point a clerk to assist them in the discharge of their duties 
required by this act ; and the same oath shall be taken by 
such clerk as is required by law of clerks of the polls or of 
elections. 

Registers open § 11. The registers shall at all times be open to public 

to inspection. inspectiorj; at t h e office of the authorities in which they shall 
be deposited, without charge. 

pay of board and §12. The members of the board of registration and their 

clerks. clerks shall each receive the same compensation as is now 

allowed by law for judges or inspectors of elections, for each 
day actually employed in the making and completion of the 
registry, to be paid to them at the time and in the manner 
in which they are paid their other fees. 

Powers of board. § 13. The said board shall have and exercise the same 
power in preserving order at their meetings, under this act, 
as are given to judges or inspectors of elections for preserv- 
ing order on election days ; and vacancies in said board shall 
be filled in the same manner that vacancies are now filled at 
elections. 

Punishment for § \^ Any person who shall cause his name to be regis- 
registra- ^^ .^ more than one election district, or who shall cause 



tion 



his name to be registered knowing that he is not a qualified 
voter in the district where said registry is made, or who shall 
falsely personate any registered voter, and any person 
causing, aiding or abetting any person, in any manner, in 
either of said acts, shall be punished, for each and every 
offense, by imprisonment in the state prison for not less than 
one year. All intentional false swearing before said board 
of registration shall be deemed willful and corrupt perjury, 
and on conviction, punished as such. If any member or 
wmfui violation officer of said board shall willfully violate any of the provi- 

KnXdi how sions ° f this act > or be s mlt y of an -7 fraild in the execution 0± " 

the duties of his office, he shall be punished for each and 
every offense by imprisonment in the state prison for not less 
than one year. 
Acts amended. § 15. An act entitled "An act to prevent illegal voting 
at elections," approved February 21, 1861, and an act enti- 
tled "An act to provide for ascertaining the qualification of 
voters, and to prevent fraudulent voting," approved Febru- 
ary 22, 1861, be and the same are hereby amended by strik- 
ing out the words "sixty days" in said acts wherever the 



ELECTIONS. 59 

same occur, and inserting in the place thereof, the words 
"thirty days" 

§ 16. Section five of an act entitled "An act to provide 
for ascertaining the qualifications of voters, and to prevent 
fraudulent voting," approved February 22, 1861, shall be 
construed so as to require the number to be indorsed by the Section 5 of act 
judges or inspectors of election on every ballot cast, and in 
all elections, generator special, in pursuance of any law of 
this state. After the opening of the polls no adjournment 
shall be had, nor shall any recess be taken until all the votes 
cast at such election shall have been counted and the result 
publicly announced: Provided, that judges and inspectors Pay of judges. 
of elections shall each be allowed the sum of two dollars for 
each and every days' service by them performed under the 
requirements of this act. 

§ 17. The secretary of state shall cause this law to be 
printed in pamphlet form, with suitable forms and instruc- 
tions for carrying it into effect, together with the general 
election law of the state, and a sufficient number of copies cop^s to be sent 
thereof sent to each county clerk in every county in this g t y at f cretaiT of 
state to supply each of the officers named in this act with a 
copy. And it shall be the duty of each of said clerks to im- 
mediately transmit a copy of the same to each of the judges 
or inspectors of election in his county. 

§ 18. The necessary blanks for making the registers re- 
quired by law shall be prepared by the secretary of state, 
and transmitted to the persons entitled to receive them, in 
the same manner that blank returns of elections are now 
transmitted. 

§ 19. Nothing contained in this act shall be construed in 
any manner to affect the provisions of any act that has been 
or may be passed at the present session of the general as- 
sembly, to enable the qualified electors of this state, absent soldiers to vote. 
therefrom, in the military service of the United States, in 
the army or navy thereof, to vote. 

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

Approved February 15, 1865. 



AN ACT to enable the qualified electors of this state, absent therefrom in in force Feb. 16 
the military service of the United States, in the army or navy thereof, to 1865. 

vote. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
' Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, In time of 
' war, every elector of the state of Illinois, in the actual mili- Soldiers and «»u- 
1 tary service of the United States, in the army or navy or8 10 vote " 



GO ELECTION'S. 

thereof, who shall be absent from the state of Illinois on the 
day of election, shall be entitled to vote at any election for 
state or county officers, held in this state, in the manner and 
form following: 

§ 2. Such absent elector shall, by an instrument execu- 
ted by him not more than sixty days previous to any gen- 
eral or special election to be held in this state, authorize and 
Attomsytovote. empower any elector of the town or city where the said ab- 
sent elector shall reside on the day of said election to cast 
for him his vote or ballot, in the manner prescribed by this 
act, for all officers for whom he would have a right to vote 
if he were present at such election. Said instrument shall 
be signed by such absent elector, attested by a subscribing 
witness, and sworn to before any field officer, captain, adju- 
tant, or commandant of any company, or detachment on de- 
tached service of the United States, and commissioned as 
officers in the volunteer force of the state of Illinois, or the 
captain or commandant of any vessel in the naval service 
of the United States, to which the said absent elector may 
belong or be attached. And such officers are hereby duly 
authorized to administer oaths for the purposes specified in 
this act, and they shall attach to their signatures their offi- 
cial designations. 

Affidavit of eiec- g 3 _ rpj ie g^ aDsen t elector shall make and subscribe 
the following affidavit: "I, A. B., do solemnly swear, (or 
affirm,) that I am a resident of the town (city, ward or pre- 
cinct, as the case may be,) of , in the county of . . . . , 

in the state of Illinois ; that I am a citizen of the state of 
Illinois, and have resided therein for one year, next prece- 
ding the election to be held on the .... day of . . . . , 18 . . , 
(or, as the case may be, that I was an inhabitant of the state 
of Illinois on the first day of April, A. D. 1848.) That I am 
above the age of twenty-one years. That I have been a resi- 
dent for sixty days next preceding said election of said town, 
city, ward or precinct, and until said election intend to be a 
resident thereof. And I do farther swear, that I am in the 
actual military (or naval) service of the United States; that 
I am now a member of company . ., of the .... regiment, 
(describing the organization to which he belongs,) now at or 

near . . . . , in the state (or territory) of Sworn to and 

subscribed this . . day of . . . ., before me." 

vote to be in- § 4. The said absent elector in the service aforesaid shall 
Mwfei and prepare and fold the ballot or ballots he designs to cast at 
such election, and inclose the same, together with the instru- 
ment in the second section of this act, [in] an envelope, duly 
sealed, having on the outside thereof, either written or 
printed, the affidavit prescribed in the third section of this 
act, sworn to and subscribed as therein required. The said 
envelope, prepared as aforesaid, shall be inclosed by him 
in another envelope, marked " soldier's vote," sealed and 
directed to the elector empowered by the instrument de- 






ELECTIONS. 6 L 

scribed in the second section of this act to cast the ballot of 
said absent elector ; and the said absent elector may then 
transmit the same to the person to whom it is directed, by 
mail or otherwise. 

§ 5. Such elector, upon receiving such letter from such now vote to t>« 
absent elector, may open the outer envelope thereof, but he de P° 8ited - 
shall not open the inner envelope thereof. On the day of 
such election, and between the opening and closing of the 
polls thereof, he shall deliver such inner envelope to the 
judge or inspector of elections of the proper election district 
and at the polls thereof; and if the name of the person sign- 
ing the affidavit on the outside of said envelope shall be 
found entered upon the register of electors of such district, 
as a duly qualified voter therein, said envelope shall be by 
said judges or inspectors publicly opened, and the votes or 
ballots therein contained shall be duly deposited in the ap- 
propriate boxes, prepared to receive the ballots of voters. 
And the name of such absent voter shall be entered upon 
the poll lists, together with the name of the person deliver- 
ing the ballot at the polls. If such name shall not be found 
upon the register of electors of such district where such per- 
son claims to reside, such envelope shall not be opened un- 
less an affidavit be made by a householder of the district to 
the effect that he knows that said person, whose vote is so 
offered, is a resident of said district. If such affidavit be Envelope to b . 
made and delivered to the judges or inspectors, they shall opened - 
open said envelope and deposit the votes or ballots therein 
contained as aforesaid ; #nd the name of the person so 
voting shall be entered upon the poll lists, together with the 
name of the person delivering the ballot at the polls. The when vote not 
ballots contained in any such inner envelope which shall taken " 
have been opened or unsealed before the same shall have 
been laid before the board of judges or inspectors of elec- 
tions, shall not be deposited in any ballot box at such elec- 
tion, but shall be rejected. 

§ 6. The affidavits and instruments described in the sec- 
ond and third sections of this act, and all envelopes contain- 
ing "soldiers' votes" not opened at such elections, shall be 
kept and filed by the judges or inspectors of elections, in the 
same manner and place as the poll lists of such elections are 
required by law to be kept and filed. 

§ 7. Every person who shall be entitled to receive any now vote to be 
letter or envelope marked as herein provided, before he shail j,^" from p08t 
take away the same, shall sign and deliver to the postmaster, 
or his deputy, or clerk, a" receipt therefor, which receipt 
shall specify how many such letters or envelopes he has re- 
ceived, and otherwise, as far as may be, specify the particu- 
lars of the description thereof; and any willful omission to 
comply with the provisions of this section shall be adjudged 
a misdemeanor, and any person convicted thereof shall be 
punished accordingly. 



62 



ELECTIONS. 



Misdemeanor- 
how punished 



Forged ballots 



§ 8. Any judge or inspector of election, and any elector 
to whom said ballot shall be sent, who shall willfully neglect 
or refuse to perform any of the duties required of him by 
this act, or in any manner willfully violate or abuse any trust 
or duty hereby imposed on him, shall be deemed guilty of 
a misdemeanor, and upon conviction, shall be punished by 
fine not less than two hundred and fifty dollars, and by im- 
prisonment in the county jail not less than four months. 
Perjury punish'd § 9. Every person who shall be guilty of willful and cor- 
rupt false swearing or affirming, in taking any oath or affirma- 
tion prescribed, by this act, shall be adjudged guilty of willful 
and corrupt perjury ; and every person who shall, knowingly 
and willfully, make or sign a false certificate to any instru- 
ment or affidavit authorized by this act, shall be deemed 
guilty of felony, and punished by imprisonment in the peni- 
tentiary not less than one year, nor more than five years. 

§ 10. Every person who shall willfully deliver or pre- 
sent to the judges or inspectors of elections under this act, 
any forged, altered or changed ballot, envelope or instru- 
ment, required or provided for by this act, knowing the same 
to be so forged, altered or changed, or shall forge, alter or 
change, or cause to be procured, altered, forged or changed, 
or knowingly aid or assist in procuring or forwarding any 
forged, altered or changed ballot, envelope or instrument, 
required by the provisions of this act, shall be guilty of felo- 
ny, and upon conviction, shall be punished by imprisonment 
in the penitentiary not less than one year, nor more than 
three years. 

§ 11. All provisions of the la*vs of this state relative to 
general or special elections, not inconsistent with any of the 
provisions of this act, shall apply thereto. 

§ 12. The secretary of state is hereby authorized and 
required to prepare and have printed, the necessary blanks, 
forms and envelopes required to carry out the provisions of 
this act, and shall cause the affidavit required by the third 
section of this act to be printed in blank, upon proper en- 
velopes, to contain the instrument required by the second 
section of this act, and shall, at least two months previous to 
any election for state or county officers, cause such blanks, 
forms, envelopes and copies of this act to be forwarded to 
the several regiments from this state in the service of the 
United States, in the field, and to the several hospitals, posts 
and naval stations, in sufficient quantity to furnish one copy 
of each blank form, envelope, and copy of this act to each 
person in the actual military service of the United States, in 
the army or navy thereof, from this state, and absent there- 
from. 

§ 13. Any officer of this state, or of the United States, j 
in the army or navy thereof, or any other person who shall, 
directly or indirectly, control, or attempt to control, any such 
enlisted elector, in the exercise of any of his rights under 



Acts applicable. 



Blanks, forms 
and envelopes. 



ENLISTMENTS. 63 

this act, by menace, bribery, fear of punishment, hope of 
reward, or any other corrupt or arbitrary measure, or resort 
whatever, or to annoy, injure, or otherwise punish any such 
officer or JWflfij for the manner in which he may have exer-' 
cised any sucll right, shall bo r4eemed guilty of an offense 
against the people of the state, which shall be punished as a p j Sgi£ 
misdemeanor, and for which he may be indicted and tried voter, 
at any future time, when he may be found, within the 
limits of this state, and, upon conviction, he shall be impri- 
soned for a term not exceeding one year, and fined in a sum 
not exceeding one thousand dollars, and he shall also thence- 
forth be ineligible, after conviction thereof, to hold any office 
in this state. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865., 



AN ACT to prevent enlistments in this state of persons as substitutes for in force Feb. 16, 
citizens of other states. 1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall 
not be lawful for any substitute broker, substitute agent, or substitutes of n- 
other person, engaged or in any manner concerned in en- beused for n th- 
listing men or procuring enlistments in the United States er states - 
service, to enlist or procure the enlistment of any person 
within this state, with the object, design or purpose of hav- 
ing or procuring said enlisted person to become the substi- 
tute of any person not a citizen of this state ; and the pro- 
curement of all such enlistments within this state, with such 
objects, designs or purposes, are hereby declared to be high 
misdemeanors ; and all persons engaged in such business, 
their aiders, abettors, counselors and advisers, shall be sub- 
ject to indictment, and punished as hereinafter prescribed. 

§ 2. No person within the limits of this state shall enlist L t ieen ^.°( s r b8ti - 
any person as a substitute for another, or induce such enlist- 
ment, or be engaged or concerned in the same, unless he 
shall have procured from the proper authorities a license as 
substitute broker or agent, and shall have executed bond 
and taken the oath, as hereinafter provided. 

§ 3. Every person desiring to engage in the business of Adjt. General to 
enlisting or procuring substitutes for others, in the United lssueUcense - 
States' service, shall pay into the hands of the auditor of 
state one hundred dollars, which sum shall be paid by said 
auditor over to the treasurer ; and, upon said sum being 
paid to said auditor, the party shall take a receipt therefor, 
and, upon presenting the same to the adjutant general of 



u 



ENLISTMENTS. 



Bond of broker. 



Registry of sub 
stitutes. 



to Adjt. Gen'l. 



this state, he shall receive a license as substitute broker, for 
one year, from the date thereof; and, thereupon, he shall 
execute bond to the people of the state of Illinois, in the 
penalty of five thousand dollars, conditioned that he will 
faithfully conform to all laws in force in this state pertaining 
to said business : which bond, with approved security there- 
to, shall be filed with the secretary of state ; and, on breach 
of the condition thereof, suit may be instituted in the circuit 
court of Sangamon county, Illinois, and process sent to any 
county in this state, against said obligors. 

§ 4r. All persons enlisted by any agent or substitute 
broker, in this state, under and by virtue of his said license, 
shall be registered by said agent in his office, and a com- 
plete descriptive roll of such enlisted person shall be kept 
by said agent, and he shall, also, note the name and residence 
of the person for whom said enlisted man may have been sub- 
Monthiy reports stituted ; and on the last day of each month said agent shall 
transmit a full and complete report for all such enlistments 
during the said month, made by him, and for whom substi- 
tuted, to the office of the adjutant general of this state ; and, 
on failure so to do, shall be adjudged guilty of a high mis- 
demeanor, and shall be punished as hereinafter provided. 

§ 5. Each substitute agent or broker, after procuring 
said license and executing said bond, shall, before he enters 
on the action of his agency, make oath, before any person 
authorized by law to administer the same, that he will faith- 
fully abide by and conform to the laws of this state and all 
orders of the lawful authorities made relative to enlistments in 
the United States' service, and that he will especially conform 
to and abide by the provisions of this act, in letter and spirit. 
And any person violating their said oath shall be deemed guil- 
ty of perjury, and may be indicted and punished accordingly. 
The oath herein required shall be indorsed upon the license 
issued to said agent, and a certificate of the same shall be 
forwarded, to be filed in the office of the adjutant general 
of this state. 

§ 6. The license hereby authorized to be granted shall 
be in force for one year, and no longer ; and any person 
violating the same, or any provisions of this law, may be 
indicted in the proper county, and, on conviction, shall be 
fined not less than five hundred dollars for each offence, 
and imprisoned one year in the county jail, and shall, be- 
sides, forfeit said license, and be liable on their bond, if they 
have given one. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



Oath of broker. 



Oath indorsed. 



Term of license. 



FEES. f)5 

AN ACT in relation to fees of state's attorneys. In force Feb. 14, 

1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
state's attorneys of this state shall be allowed, for each con- Pee of state's at- 
viction, where the crime is punished by death or confine- oineya- 
ment in the penitentiary, fifteen dollars ; and for all other 
convictions the state's attorney's fee shall be five dollars. 

§ 2. There shall be allowed to said state's attorneys ten p £ r c | ntage **" 
per cent, of all fines and forfeitures collected ; which sum, 
together with the conviction fees that cannot be collected 
from the parties convicted, shall be paid out of the fines and 
forfeited recognizances collected : Provided, that the above 
conviction fees shall be paid to the state's attorney of the 
seventh judicial circuit in the manner now provided by law. 

8 3. The provisions of this act shall be applicable to the Act applicable to 

° . r (11 n -i fji-, prosecuting at- 

prosecutmg attorney oi the court ot common pleas ot the city tomeys. 
of Cairo. 

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

Approved February 14, 1865. 



AN ACT in relation to the fees of the secretary of state. In force Feb. 16, 

1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, repi esented in the General Assembly, That there 
shall be allowed to the secretary of state a fee of one dollar Fee on justices' 

fo^ t s -, . . . . n , •, commissions. 

r each and every commission issued to justices ot the peace 

and to police magistrates ; also, the sum of one dollar for Fee on articles, 
receiving and filing each article of association or consolida- 
tion required to be filed in his office under the provisions of 
any general or special law; and, also, he shall be allowed Fees per foUo. 
twenty cents a folio of one hundred words for copies of all 
bills or other papers which he may be required to make. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT in relation to the fees of certain officers in certain counties therein In force Feb. 16, 

named. 1865 - 

Section 1 . Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the sal- 
aries, fees and compensation of the persons hereinafter 
named, in the counties hereinafter named, shall be as follows: 



FEES. 
clerks' FEES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 

fees cir- § 2. For each capias, subpoena, or other process, not 
herein expressly named, and sealing same, fifty cents : Pro- 
vided^ that only one subpoena shall be charged for every 
four witnesses, unless actually made out on request, in wri- 
ting; for tiling each paper in the progress of a suit, and 
appertaining to the same, excepting papers on appeals from 
justices of the peace, ten cents ; for filing papers on appeals 
from justices of the peace, taking appeal bond and issuing 
subpoenas thereon, one dollar ; for taking bond for costs, ap- 
proving and filing same, twenty-five cents ; for filing and 
opening each deposition, ten cents ; for docketing each suit, 
twenty cents ; for entering each motion, order or rule of 
court, for a continuance, default or to plead, or any order 
actually entered, twenty-five cents ; for each discontinuance, 
retraxit or non suit, twenty-five cents ; for each dedimus to 
take depositions, one dollar ; for bringing into court any 
particular record of a suit, matter or thing not properly be- 
fore the court, twenty cents ; for calling and swearing each 
jury, twenty-five cents ; for swearing each witness in court, 
ten cents ; for swearing any person to an affidavit and filing 
same, twenty-five cents ; for receiving and entering the ver- 
dict of a jury, twenty cents; for entering each final judg- 
ment in a case, twenty-five cents ; for entering each decree 
in chancery, for every one hundred words, fifteen cents ; 
for indexing each case entered upon the records of the court, 
ten cents ; for issuing each writ of habeas corpus, certiorari 
or procedendo, fifty cents ; for assessing the damages on 
any bond, note or other instrument for the payment of 
money by order of court, and making report thereof in 
writing, and filing same, fifty cents ; for entering special 
bail of record, in each case, twenty -five cents ; for making 
list of jurors, when requested, twenty cents ; for swearing 
constable, to take charge of jury, ten cents; for issuing exe- 
cution, fifty cents ; for docketing same, fifteen cents ; for 
entering sheriff's return on same, fifteen cents ; for entering 
satisfaction of judgment, twenty-five cents ; for entering 
satisfaction of each cost bill, ten cents ; for entering the 
report of commissioners or referees, or the award of arbi- 
trators, and all other special entries, for every one hundred 
words, fifteen cents ; for each certificate and seal other than 
on process of court, fifty cents; for taking attachment bond, 
injunction bond or bond in case of appeal to supreme court, 
seventy-five cents ; for entering appearance of either party 
or attorney, (but once in each case,) fifteen cents ; for each 
attachment for a witness, or other person, fifty cents ; for 
each venire facias, when actually made out, fifty cents ; for 
making bill of cost for each execution, and entering the 
same of record in fee book, (being one charge,) fifty cents; 
for a copy of the same when required by either party, twen- 



FEES. O < 

ty-flve cents ; for making up a complete record of proceed- 
ings and judgment, when directed by the court, for every 
one hundred words, fifteen cents ; for making copies of bills, 
answers, declarations, pleadings, judgments, or other pro- 
ceedings, for every one hundred words, fifteen cents ; for 
certifying and sealing same, fifty cents ; for each commis- 
sion, scire facias, or other special writ or process, for every 
one hundred words, twenty cents : sealing same, twenty- 
five cents ; for taking depositions when requested, and cer- 
tifying to the same, for every one hundred words, fifteen 
cents : sealing same, twenty-five cents ; for taking acknow- 
ledgment of deed, power of attorney or other writing, and 
certifying and sealing the same, seventy-five cents ; for 
making entry of record of naturalization, and for copy there- 
of, or for either, for every one hundred words, fifteen cents ; 
for taking each recognizance in court, and entering the same 
of record, seventy-five cents ; for arraigning prisoner at the 
bar, fifty cents ; for entering judgment of conviction, fifty 
cents ; for copy of indictment when requested, for every one 
hundred words, fifteen cents ; for entering the discharge of 
a recognizance, twenty cents ; for swearing jurors, witnesses 
and all other persons, the same fees as shall be allowed in 
civil cases : and in all criminal cases when convictions are 
had, and an execution in fee bill against the defendant or 
defendants, for costs, shall be returned "no property found," 
it shall be the duty of the clerk to certify to the county court 
(or board of supervisors, as the case may be) of such county 
the amount of costs accrued thereon : and upon the exami- 
nation and approval of the correctness thereof, it. shall be 
the duty of the county court (or board of supervisors) of such 
county, to order the payment thereof out of the county 
treasury of such county : and in those criminal cases where 
the defendant shall be acquitted or otherwise legally dis- 
charged, without payment of costs, the clerk shall receive 
such compensation as the county court or board of supervi- 
sors shall direct, not less than fifty dollars nor more than 
two hundred dollars per annum ; for filing the declaration 
of intention of becoming a citizen, ten cents ; for recording 
any deed or other instrument of writing, for everyone hun- 
dred words, fifteen cents ; for copy of same, for every one 
hundred words, fifteen cents; for each certificate of record- 
ing, twenty-five cents ; for entering each tract of land named 
in a deed or other instrument, in the entry book required to 
be kept by section seven of chapter eighty-seven of the Ke- 
vised Statutes of 1845, five cents : and such entry book shall 
be open to the public without charge. 

clerks' fees in the county court. 

§ 3. The clerks of the county courts shall be allowed the c f °™ ty clel ' ks> 
same fees as are now provided by law for all services rela- 



68 FEES. 

ting to probate business ; and shall be allowed the same fees 
as are provided above for clerks of the circuit court, for ser- 
vices similar to those required of circuit clerks, where the 
same is not herein otherwise provided ; for issuing each 
marriage license, and tiling and recording the same, two 
dollars and fifty cents ; and shall also be allowed the follow- 
ing fees, to be paid out of the county treasury: For filing 
each paper relating to county business, five cents ; for enter- 
ing each order made by the county court, except orders for 
the payment of money, twenty cents; for making out and 
issuing each certificate of allowance, or order on treasurer, 
ten cents ; for computing and extending each kind of tax, 
the same fees as are now provided by law for computing and 
extending the state and county tax. There shall be allowed 
to be charged and collected, as costs, the following fees, to- 
wit : For making record of delinquent lands and town lots, 
for judgment, including the order of the court, for each tract 
or lot, five cents ; for making transcript of judgment for sale, 
for each tract or lot, five cents ; for assisting collector in 
selling, for each tract or lot for which a certificate is given, 
thirty-five cents. 

FEES OF COUNTY TREASURERS. 

°e°rTfJes treasur " § ^' That in addition to the compensation now allowed 
by law, the county treasurers of the counties hereinafter 
named shall be allowed three per centum on the first five 
thousand dollars of revenue assessed for county purposes, 
and one per centum on all over five thousand dollars. 

§ 5. This act shall apply only to the counties of Alex- 
ander, Union, Pulaski, Massac, Pope, Johnson, Hardin, 
Gallatin, Saline, Williamson, Jackson, Randolph, Monroe, 
Perry, Franklin, Jefferson, Hamilton, White, Edwards, 
Wayne, Wabash, Henderson, McDonough, Greene, Menard, 
Mason, Scott, Fayette, Effingham, Hancock, Ibnd, Piatt, 
Washington, Clinton, Putnam, Marshall, Morgan, Cumber- 
land, Richland, Clay, Clark, Christian, Logan, Montgomery, 
Macoupin, St. Clair, Sangamon, Calhoun, Jersey, Macon, 
Douglas, Jackson, Fulton, Marion, Shelby, Stark, Lawrence, 
Schuyler, and Warren, and shall continue in force from its 
passage until the first day of June, eighteen hundred and 
sixty-seven. 

secretary state « 6. Immediately after the passage of this act the secre- 

to send copies. , ° ,. . , in j , r . , " . , -, . 

tary ol state shall cause the same to be printed in convenient 
form, and shall transmit twenty copies thereof to each of the 
clerks of the county court in the counties included in this 
act. 

§ 7. This act shall be deemed a public act, and shall 
take effect and be in force from and after its passage, until 
the said first day of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



FEES. C9 

AN ACT to regulate the fees and compensation of sheriffs and collectors in in force Feb. 16, 
certain counties. 1865 - 

Section 1 . -Be It enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the fees 
and compensation of the sheriff's of the several counties 
hereinafter named shall be as follows : For collecting and 
paving over the revenue, the commissions now provided by 
law : twenty cents for each tract of land, and ten cents for 
each town lot, sold for taxes. For making list of delinquent 
lands and town lots, to be tiled with county clerk, six cents 
for each tract of land, and three cents for each town lot. 
They shall also be allowed the following fees for services 
as specified : 

SUMMONS. Summons. 

Serving, each person $0 75 

Mileage 5 each way. 

Return 10 

STJBP02NA. Subprena. 

Serving, each person 50 

Mileage, each person 5 per mile. 

Return 10 

CHANCERY SUMMONS. Chancery iram- 

mons. 

Serving, each person by copy 1 00 

Mileage, each person 5 each way. 

Return 10 

For serving writ of injunction 75 

Copy of same 50 

Mileage . , , 5 each way. 

Return 10 

SCIRE FACIAS. Scire facias. 

Serving, each person 75 

Mileage, each person 5 each way. 

Return 10 

ATTACHMENT. Attachment. 

Service 75 

Levy 2 00 

Garnishee, each 50 

Mileage, each 5 each way. 

Return 10 



70 FBES. 

Replevy. REPLEVY. 

Serving 75 

Mileage 5 each. way. 

Return 10 

All bonds on legal process $1 00 

Jail, JAIL. 

Committing each person 50 

Discharging same 50 

Judge. JUDGE. 

Attending judge, habeas corpus, with pris- 
oners 2 00 

Mileage 5 each way. 

Return 10 

Writ possession. WRIT POSSESSION. 

Serving 2 00 

Aid of posse comitatus 2 00 

Mileage 5 each way. 

Adquod damnum AD QUOD DAMNUM. 

Executing and return with verdict of jury. 2 00 

Jury. JUKT. 

Summoning in case of forcible entry and 
detainer and attending trial , 3 00 

Deeds. DEEDS OF REAL ESTATE. 

Executing]and acknowledging deed of real 
estate 2 00 

Bail. BAIL - 

In criminal cases, when required by law . . 1 00 

Capias. CAPIAS. 

Executing 1 00 

When infamous 2 00 

Ejectment. EJECTMENT. 

Serving on each defendant, and making 
affidavit of service 1 25 



FEES. 
CERTIFICATES. 

Redemption of property sold, and filing 
same $2 00 

EXECUTIONS. 

Serving 75 

Levy 75 

Posters, advertising 75 

Certificate oi sale 75 

Filing duplicate 75 

Mileage 5 each way. 

FOREIGN COUNTY. 

Same, with addition of filing certificate of 

levy 75 

Making certificate 75 

Fee bill, same as execution. 

PER CENTAGE. 

On all executions 3 per cent. 

When there is no sale, one-half of the above. 

SUMMONING JURORS. 

Serving each grand and petit juror 50 

For each mile of necessary travel to serve 
such juror 5 

ATTENDING COURT. 

Sheriff attending circuit court, county court 
or board of supervisors, per day 3 00 

BAILIFF. 

Bailiffs, per day 2 50 

PRISONERS — PENITENTIARY. 

Conveying prisoners to penitentiary, for 
each prisoner per mile 30 

DIETING PRISONERS. 

For dieting prisoners in county jail, per 
day 80 



71 



Certificates. 



Executions. 



Foreign county, 



Per centage. 



Jurors. 



Attending court. 



Bailiff. 



Prisoners. 



Dieting. 



72 



FEES. 



SUPREME COURT. 



supreme court. Attending supreme court, per day $8 00 



Sales of personal 
property. 



Sosta of levy. 



Laws repealed. 



Act applicable. 



2. And there shall be allowed to the several sheriffs 
of this state a commission of three per cent, on all sales of 
real and personal property which shall be made by virtue of 
any execution issued in pursuance of law, or any decree of 
a court of chancery ; and in all cases where the execution 
shall be settled by the parties, or paid when the property 
shall not be actually sold, one-half the commissions which 
he would be entitled to if the same was made by sale on 
execution : Provided, that in all cases where the property 
levied on shall be replevied or sale stayed by injunction 
order of the court, and the property not actually sold, the 
sheriff shall be allowed fifty cents for levying, and five cents 
per mile for going to and returning from place of levy ; said 
costs to be advanced by the plaintiffs, and taxed and col- 
lected as other costs. 

§ 3. In all cases where any sheriffs of this state levy on 
personal property, by virtue of an .execution or writ of at- 
tachment, and it shall be necessary to take such personal 
property into the custody and care of the said sheriff, the 
sheriff shall be allowed such sum or sums as the circuit 
court shall, in their discretion, deem right and proper, for 
taking charge of such goods and chattels, to be taxed as 
other costs in the said court, or in case the execution shall 
issue from any other court, then said court from which said 
execution shall issue shall allow such costs and charges as 
they shall deem right and proper, to be taxed as other costs 
in said court. 

§ 4. All laws or parts of laws as are in conflict, or incon- 
sistent herewith, are hereby repealed. 

§ 5. This act shall apply only to the counties of Alex- 
ander, Union, Pulaski, Massac, Pope, Hardin, Gallatin, 
White, Wabash, Edwards, Wayne, Hamilton, Saline, Wil- 
liamson, Johnson, Jackson, Randolph, Monroe, Perry, 
Franklin, Jefferson, Richland, Clay, Lawrence, Marion, 
Hancock, McDonough, Schuyler, Champaign, Piatt, Macon, 
Clark, Cumberland, Christian, Montgomery, Fayette, Ef- 
fingham, Macoupin, Greene, Calhoun, Jersey, Fulton, Pike, 
Shelby, Sangamon, Mason, Douglas, Washington, Clinton, 
Brown and Cass, and shall be in force until the first day of 
July, A. D. 1867, and shall apply to the collection of the 
revenues for the years A. D. 1864 and 1865. This act shall 
take effect on its passage. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



GAME. 73 

AN ACT for the preservation of game. In force Feb. 16, 

1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall 
be unlawful for any person to kill, trap, net or ensnare any j an . 1 to Aug. 15 
deer, fawn, wild turkey, grouse, prairie hen or chicken, or 
quail, between the first day of January and the fifteenth 
day of August ; any woodcock between the first day of Jan- 
uary and the first day of July, or any wild duck, goose or Jan. 1 to juiyi. 
brant between the fifteenth day of April and the fifteenth April 15 to au- 
day of August, in each and every year. gust 15. 

§ 2. That it shall be unlawful for any person or corpora- Game not to be 
tion to buy, sell or have in possession, any of the before- p o 1 s d se °si O n ad in 
mentioned animals or birds, between the first day of Janu- 
ary and the fifteenth day of August, in each and every year, 
as aforesaid, at any time when the killing, trapping, netting 
or ensnaring of such animals or birds shall be unlawful, 
which shall be killed, entrapped, netted or ensnared con- 
trary to the provisions of section one of this act. 

§ 3. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to Eggs not to be 
destroy or remove from the nests of any prairie chicken, removed - 
grouse or quail, any egg or eggs of any such bird, or for any 
person or persons to buy. sell, have in possession or traffic 
in any such eggs, or willfully to destroy the nest of said 
birds, under a penalty of five dollars for each and every 
offense, to be sued for and recovered as provided in section 
five of this act. 

§ 4. Any person who shall go upon the premises of any Trespassers iia- 
person or persons or corporation, whether the same be in- bIe t0 fine - 
closed or not, with intention to ensnare, trap or net, or be 
found ensnaring, trapping or netting any of the beforemen- 
tioned animals or birds, or to hunt, or be found hunting or 
killing any of the abovementioned animals or birds, at or 
within the time aforesaid, shall be deemed guilty of trespass, 
and may be prosecuted before any justice of the peace of the 
county wherein the said premises may be, by the owner or 
person in possession of the same, in an action of trespass, 
and fined in any sum not less than five nor more than twenty 
dollars, to go to the owner or occupant of said premises : 
Provided, hovjever, that a judgment obtained against any j udgm ent under 
person, for a violation of this act, under the fifth section f th se .<; tion !? ar 

II j? 1 n 1 i i 1 • 1 .to suit under 

thereof, shall be a bar to any suit under the fourth section 4th section, 
of this act. 

§ 5. Any person who shall willfully violate any of the wiiifui violation 
provisions of this act, shall forfeit and pay a fine 1 of fifteen ofactanabu. 
dollars, for each deer or fawn thus killed, entrapped, en- 
snared, bought, sold, or held in possession, as aforesaid, and 
the sum of five dollars for each and every wild turkey, 
grouse, prairie hen or chicken, quail or woodcock, thus 
killed, entrapped, ensnared, netted, bought, sold or held in 
possession, as aforesaid, and for each and every one of them ; 
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74 GAME. 

to be sued for and recovered before any justice of the peace 
of the county in which this act shall have been violated, in, 
an action of debt, or before any court having jurisdiction 

Penalty to go to thereof. One half of said penalty shall go to the complain- 

8ci°oTfund and ant 5 ancl tne otner kalf t0 tl)e school trustees of the township 
in which this act shall have been violated, to be added to 
the school fund of said township; the action to be brought 
in the name of said county. The interest of the complain- 
ant in any fine or penalty provided for by this act, shall not 
affect his or her competency as a witness in any suit or pro- 
ceeding authorized by this act. 

§ 6. That it shall be unlawful for any person to ensnare, 
trap or net any quail or Virginia partridge at any time after 
the passage of this act. 

counties to § 7. Nothing in this act shall apply to the counties of 

no'tappTy 1 . d ° es White, Wabash, Clay, Richland, Jasper, Lawrence, Craw- 
ford, Moultrie, Effingham, Fayette, Pond, Cass, Menard, 
Pike, Schuyler, Brown, Scott, Washington, Jefferson, Ma- 
rion, Hamilton, Jackson, Johnson, Williamson, Gallatin, 
Saline, Franklin, Wayne, Edwards, McDonough, Alexan- 
der, Pulaski, Union, Hardin, Massac, Warren, Henderson, 
Monroe, Perry, Shelby, Cumberland, Jersey, Calhoun, 
Randolph, Pope, Montgomery, Christian and Greene. 

E nies eS exempted". § 8 - The provisions of this act shall not be construed as 
applicable to any express company or common carrier, into 
whose possession any of the animals or birds therein men- 
tioned shall come, in the regular course of their business, 
for transportion, whilst they are in transit through this state 
from any place without this state, where the killing of said 
animals or birds shall be lawful, or from any of the counties 
of this state excepted in section six of thin act. Put not- 
withstanding this provision, the having or being in posses- 
sion of any of said animals or birds, by any person or per- 
sons, or corporation, between the said first day of January 
and fifteenth day of August, or at or upon any of the days 
upon which the killing, entrapping, ensnaring, netting, buy- 
ing, selling or having in possession, any of said animals or 
birds, shall be unlawful by the provisions of this act, shall 

possession pri- be deemed and taken as prima facie evidence that the same 
eufnee! 1016 ev ' was ensnared, trapped, netted or killed in violation of the 
provisions of this act. 

Actsrepeaied. § 9. All acts and parts of acts conflicting with the pro- 
visions of this act are hereby repealed. 

§ 10. This act shay take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 






GRAIN — BOARD OF HEALTH. 75 

AN ACT in relation to the transportation of gr.iin and other produce. i n f orce Feb. 14. 

1SG6. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That every 
corporation or company doing business in this state under a A gLirf °o Ck be ft* 
charter or franchize granted by the state, and which com- warded in order 

° ,, J .. . ' . . , , as aellvered. 

pany or corporation by the terms ot its organization has be- 
come a common carrier, shall receive, receipt for and for- 
ward to the party to whom the same may be consigned, or 
to some point of delivery on said company's route nearest 
or most convenient to the residence or place of business of 
said consignee, all grain and other produce, and live stock, 
in the order in which the same is delivered or offered on the 
road for transportation: Provided, that said company shall Proviso, 
be required to receive for transportation, as aforesaid, all 
such grain, produce or live stock, when offered, if said com- 
pany shall be able to store and carry the same. 

§ 2. For every neglect or refusal of any company, by Forfeiim-eonre- 
themselves or their agents, to comply with the provisions of fusa1, 
the foregoing section, they shall forfeit to either the owner 
or consignee of said grain or other produce, or live stock, the 
sum of one hundred dollars, to be sued for and collected be- 
fore any justice of the peace, and said suit may be com- 
menced by service of summons on any agent of said com- 
pany or corporation. 

§ 3. Nothing in this act shall [be] so construed as to de- Rights reserved. 
prive any party of any right of action secured to him by 
virtue of the laws of this state and independent of and pre- 
vious to the passage of this aci. 

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

Approved February 14, 1865. 



AN ACT to provide for a board of health in each township in those counties In force Feb. 16, 
adopting township organization. 1865 - 

Section - 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, The su- 
pervisors, assessor and town clerk of every township shall Board of health, 
constitute a board of health, and on the breaking out of any 
contagious disease in their township or immediate vicinity, 
they shall have power to make and enforce any rules and 
regulations tending to check the spreading of such disease Rules to check 
within the limits of such townsiiip as they may deem 
proper; and for this purpose they shall have power to shut 
up any house where any infected person may be, or remove 
such person to any pest house within the limits of said town- 



76 HOME FOE CHILDREN OF DECEASED SOLDIEKS. 

ship, at the expense of said party so moved, if he be of suf- 
ficient ability to pay, otherwise at the expense of said town. 

Record of board. § 2. The town clerk shall keep a full record of all the 
doings of said board, and report the same to the annual 
town meeting of such township, and said board shall be 
allowed for their time spent in the performance of their said 
duties, the same sum now allowed to supervisors, and the 
same, together with all bills by them contracted, and all 
sums of money by them expended, shall be audited by the 

Bins, how paid. k oan j f auditors of such town, and be paid in the same 
manner as the town expenses are now by law paid. 

counties may § 3. This act shall only be in operation in counties where 
accept or reject t ^ ^ oar( ^ f supervisors shall, by its resolution, accept the 
same. 

Appkovp;d February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to establish a home for the children of deceased soldiers. 

1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the gov- 
Nine trustees emor of this state shall appoint nine trustees, who shall be 
bo y P o i ic. a ^ ^^ hereby declared a body politic and corporate, by and 
Name and style, under the name and style of the trustees of the "Soldiers' 
Orphans' Home," and by that style shall have perpetual 
succession, and may contract and be contracted with, sue 
and be sued, plead and be impleaded, answer and be an- 
swered, defend and be defended against, in any and all 
courts of justice, and they may adopt and have a common 
seal, and alter the same at pleasure. 
Tim* of meeting g 2. Said trustees, or a majority of them, may, after the 
passage of this act, and upon due notice given by them in the 
"Springfield Journal" and "State Kegister," both published 
in the city of Springfield, Illinois, for four weeks, convene 
at some place designated and fixed in said notice, and organ- 
ize their said corporation by the election of a president, vice 
officere elective, president, secretary and treasurer, from among their num- 
ber, whose duty shall be prescribed by such rules and regu- 
lations as may be provided and adopted by the said trustees 
at the first or any subsequent meeting thereof, and said rules 
and regulations or by-laws, when so adopted by a majority 
of the board of trustees, shall be binding upon all until re- 
pealed, 
to hold lands. g 3 Said trustees, by the name and style aforesaid, are 
hereby empowered and authorized to purchase and hold, or 
to receive by donation, gift or grant, and hold, all such tract 
or tracts or parcels of land, not exceeding one thousand acres, 
as may be necessary for the uses, purposes and objects of 



HOME FOK CHILDKEN OF DECEASED SOLDIERS. 77 

said incorporation, and to the establishment and maintenance 

of an "Orphan's Home," and to erect, construct and build 

all such structures, buildings, houses, edifices and tenements May erect edifi- 

thereon, as they may deem, best for the purposes aforesaid, ce3 ' 

and from time to time to enlarge, repair and add to the 

same. 

§ 4. The governor of this state shall appoint five persons commissioners 
as commissioners to locate said "Home," who are in noway tolocate h . ome . 
connected with said corporation, whose duty it shall be, 
whenever they shall be requested by the trustees aforesaid 
so to do, to give notice in at least five different newspapers 
published in this state, of their intention to locate the same, 
and that all citizens of any city, county or place may submit 
their proposals for said location; and it shall be the duty of proposals for io- 
said commissioners to fix the location of said "Home" at catlon - 
whatever pjace they may conclude will prove most advanta- 
geous to said institution, and secure the greatest benefits 
thereto and to the inmates thereof. 

§ 5. As soon as said corporation is organized by the Notice of ioca- 
election of the officers thereof, and the sum of fifty thousand 
dollars has been subscribed and paid in or donated to said 
corporation, it shall be their duty to notify the commission- 
ers above referred to of their desire to have said "Home" loca- 
ted; and whenever said commissioners shall have located the 
same, they shall certify their action to the said president 
and trustees, and thereupon all estates, lands, tenements, 
property, moneys and effects given or assured to be given in 
consideration of said location, may be transferred, conveyed 
or secured to the said incorporation, to be held by them and 
appropriated exclusively for the purposes of said "Home," 
and no other purpose. 

§ 6. The object of this incorporation is declared to be Object of Home, 
to provide a "Home" for the nurture and education, without 
charge, of all indigent children of soldiers who have served 
in the armies of the Union during the present rebellion, and 
have been disabled from disease or wounds therein, or have 
died or been killed in said service ; and in accomplishing 
this end, said trustees may adopt such means as they may 
deem best suited to attain the same, not inconsistent with 
the laws of this state then in force. 

§ 7. The said officers and trusteSs shall hold their offices Term of office. 
for and during the term of two years, and until their suc- 
cessors have been appointed by the governor of this state, 
and qualified. Each of said officers shall be, ex-officio, mem- 
bers of the said board of trustees, and they together shall 
have complete control of said "Home," its property, effects 
and management, and may appoint and fix the salaries of salaries, 
all such superintendents and teachers as to them may seem 
best, and discharge them whenever they so'desire. 

§ 8. It shall be the duty of the said trustees to submit an- Report t0 * over - 
nually, on the first day of January, to the governor of this 



78 IDIOTS, ETC.: SCHOOL FOE 



state, a full report of the said institution, in which they shall 
state the number of its pupils daring the .year, their names 
and residence, the amount of funds received, and whether 
donated or not, and from whom received, the amount ex- 
pended and in what way expended, and show the condition 
of said institution fully, and in case of failure so to do they 
may be removed and others appointed, and for any miscon- 
duct in office, each one shall be for himself only holden, civ- 
illy or criminally, as the case may be. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to organize an experimental school for the instruction and training 
of idiots and feeble minded children in the state of Illinois. 

Preamble. "Whekeas, it has been made to appear to the satisfaction of 

this body, that there is in this state a large number of per- 
sons, commonly known as idiots or imbeciles, for whose 
instruction, training, and relief no provision has been 
made; and whereas, it has further been made to appear 
that a large proportion of such unfortunate persons, un- 
der judicious and proper training, may, to a large degree, 
be elevated in the scale of intelligence, and greatly im- 
proved in physical ability; therefore, 
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois^ represented in the General Assembly, That the sum 
Appropriation of five thousand dollars per annum, from the first dav of 
for school. March, A. D., 1S65, to. the first day of March, A. D., 1867, 
payable quarterly, be and the same is hereby appropriated 
out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropri- 
ated, for the purpose of organizing, temporarily, an experi- 
mental school for the training and instruction of such idiots 
or imbeciles, the results of such experiments to be reported 
Report to gov- annually to the governor of the state of Illinois, and to the 

next regular session of the general assembly. 
Directors of deaf § 2. The auditor of ptiblic accounts is hereby authorized 
BtifutioTto dis- an d required to draw his warrants quarterly upon the 
bm-se funds. treasury for said sums, upon the order of the board of direc- 
tors of the Illinois Institution for the education of the Deaf 
and Dumb, who shall disburse the said funds for the purpose 
herein named, and for no other purpose whatever. 
Detailed ac- § 3. The accounts of said experimental school shall be 
kept in the manner of keeping accounts now in use at the 
Illinois Institution for the education of the Deaf and Dumb, 
and all sums expended under this act shall be accounted for 
in the same manner as the funds of the aforesaid institu- 



INDEXES TO COURT RECORDS. 



79 



tion, and said expenditures shall be set forth in detail, in 
each report, to the governor of the state, as hereinbefore 
provided for. 

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

Approved February 15, 1865. 



AN ACT requiring the clerks of t'.ie circuit courts (and county courts In force Feb. 16, 
having common law jurisdiction) of the several counties in this state to 
keep indexes to their court records. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall 
be the duty of the clerks of the circuit courts (and county cievks to pro- 
courts having common law jurisdiction) of the several coim- vlderecords - 
ties in this state, to provide two well bound books, to be de- 
nominated "plaintiffs' index to court records," and "de- 
fendants' index to court records," to be ruled and printed 
substantially in the following manner : 



Plaintiffs. 



Kind of 
action. 



Term 
commenced. 



Record 
book. 



Plaintiffs' index. 



Pages. 



Term 
disposed of. 


Date 

of judgment. 


Judgment 
docket. 


Execution 
docket fi. fa. 


Execution 
docket alias. 


Execution 
docket pluries. 






Book. 


Page. 


Book. 


Page. 


Book. 


Page. 


Book. 


Page. 















Fee book. 


Certificate 
of levy. 


Certificate 
of sale. 


Certificate of 
redemption. 


Satisfied or 
not satisfied. 


Xo 


of case. 


Book. 


Page. 


Book. 


Page. 


Book. 


Page. 


Book. 


Page. 

























In which said books all the cases which shall have been de- 
termined in said court within seven years next preceding the 
passage of said act, and all cases now pending and which shall 
hereafter be commenced shall be entered. Said books shall 



80 ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. 

set forth the names of the parties, kind of action, term com- 
menced, record books and pages on which said cases are record- 
ed, the term disposed of, date of judgment, books and pages 
of the judgment dockets, execution dockets, fee books, certifi- 
cates of levy, sale and redemption, records on which they 
are entered, satisfied or not satisfied, and No. of case. The 

Defendants' in- defendants' index shall be ruled and printed in the same 
manner as the plaintiffs', except the parties shall be reversed. 
And the clerks shall receive a fee of ten cents (10 cts.) for 
such [each] entry, as provided for in this act, to be paid by the 
parties in the suit, except for the cases now disposed of, 
which shall be paid by the board of supervisors or county 
courts of the several counties m this state; and they are 
hereby authorized and required to make appropriations for 
that purpose. 

Fine for con- § 2. Any failure on the part of the clerks of the several 

tempt. counties in this state to procure said books within four 

months from and after the passage of this act, and keep 
them up, shall be considered in contempt of court, and pun- 
ished by a fine of fifty dollars ($50.) 

county to pay 8 [ 3.1 The board of supervisors and county courts of the 
several counties in this state are required to pay for said 
books, in the same manner as for other books, and shall be 
public records of the several counties. 

§ 4. This act shall be deemed a public act, and be in 
force from and after its passage. 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



for records. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to require the Illinois Central railroad company to pay a tax on all 
their property, not exempt by the laws of its charier, and to require the 
purchasers of land from said company to pay a tax upon said lands. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall 
C ilnds a to ia be r0 a a s d ue tue duty of each assessor in each county in this state in 
sessed when w hich the Central railroad company may have sold land, 
to ascertain, as near as practicable, the date of said sale, and 
to assess the value of said land each year from that date, 
and to assess upon each tract so sold after the last payment 
due said company for said land is due for each year, accord- 
ing to the value as assessed, a tax, as provided by law for the 
assessment and taxation of other lands of the state. Said as- 
sessors shall return to the clerk of the county court of their 
respective counties said assessment, as in other cases ; and 
T iected how co1 " sa ^ tax s ^ ia ^ ^e c °H ect ed as other tax, and said assessment, 
taxation and collections, shall, in all things, conform to the 
laws of this state in relation to the assessment valuation and 



ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. SI 

taxing other lands belonging to other persons, subject, how- 
ever, to the following conditions : 

If said tax shall not be paid by the purchasers of said Personal proper- 
land from the said company, it shall be the duty of the col- iand°ta < L soldfor 
lectors of the revenue of the said counties to collect said tax 
by the sale of personal property belonging to said purchasers, 
or by the levy and sale of other lands belonging to said pur- 
chasers, and upon which said company has no lien. 

If said collector or collectors of the revenue shall be una- Land not to be 
ble to find personal property or other real estate as aforesaid .toMf^t^aki 
out of which to make said tax, the said collector or collectors for - 
shall not advertise and sell said land so purchased from said 
Central railroad company unless the same shall be paid for 
to said company, but said collector shall immediately return 
a list and description (including the assessed value of all 
said lands and the tax due thereon) to the auditor of public 
accounts ; and said auditor shall give notice to the president 
of said railroad company of the non-payment of said tax, 
and if said company shall have sold said land upon a credit, 
and said land shall have been paid for to said company, said 
auditor shall cause said land to be sold as other lands to pay when lands may 
said tax, whether said company shall have conveyed said besold * 
land to said purchaser or not, and the said tax purchaser 
shall, after he procures a deed, have all the right of said Tax title - 
purchaser of said company. But if said land shall not have 
been fully paid for to said company, and the purchase money 
shall be due, then the auditor shall cause all the rights of R ^| r of pur " 
said purchaser or purchasers to said lands to be sold for said 
tax, subject to the right of said company to said lands ; and 
no such sale for taxes shall affect the right of said company 
to enforce the payment of the money due said company 
by the sale of said land ; but the purchaser under the tax 
sale, after he gets a deed therefor, shall have a right to pay 
the sum due the company for said land; and the said com- 
pany shall convey said land to said tax purchaser : Pro- 
vided, that no tax shall be assessed upon any of the lands of 
the said company exempt by the terms of its charter from Lands exempt, 
taxation, until after all the payments shall have become due 
thereon from the purchasers of the same. 

§ 2. Said assessors shall, also, in the assessments of pro- ah property not 
perty, assess all the property, both real and personal, of said t^xed 1 * 
railroad company, not exempt from taxation by the terms of 
their charter ; and said assessors shall return to the clerks of 
the county courts said lists of property, so assessed, in like 
manner as he is bound by law to do in relation to other pro- 
perty, and a tax shall be levied and collected thereon, as is 
provided by law in relation to property belonging to the in- 
habitants of the state. 

§ 3. It shall be the duty of the president of said Cen- List of lands bow 
tral railroad company, under his oath, on or before the first tor. m 
day of June next, and on or before the first day of June, in 
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82 



ILLINOIS DIGEST. 



Deeded lands. 



Notice by audi- 
tor. 



Instructions 
auditor. 



each and every year thereafter, to file in the office of the 
auditor of public accounts a list of all the lands heretofore 
sold, or that may be hereafter sold, of the lands donated to 
the said company by this state ; which list shall show the 
date of the sale, to whom sold, and for what price the same 
was sold, and also the terms of said sale — if on credit, when 
due, and what amount has been paid, and what amount is 
due and unpaid upon each tract. Said list shall also show 
to what tracts deeds of conveyance have been made and de- 
livered to the purchasers, and when each conveyance was 
so made and delivered. 

§ 4. It shall be the duty of the auditor of public accounts 
to cause all said assessments and collections to be made, and 
to give to the president of said company notice to prepare 
and file the lists of land as aforesaid ; and if said president 
shall neglect or refuse to file said lists of lands, said auditor 
shall take such measures as to him may seem proper to pro- 
cure said lists. Said auditor shall see that this law is pro- 
perly and strictly enforced ; and said auditor shall issue such 
instructions to the assessors, county clerks, and collectors of 
the counties, where said company may own property requir- 
ing said officers to do all such acts as, in the opinion of said 
auditor, shall best promote and enforce this act, and enforce 
the payment of said tax. 

§ 5. This act shall be liberally construed, so as to effect 
the objects intended, and shall take effect and be in force 
from and after its passage. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 18, AN ACT providing for the purchase of certain copies of the third volume of 
1865 - the Illinois digest. 



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

secretary f retary of state be and is hereby directed to purchase from 

8 !f te t0 r P g ur - Henry & Read five hundred copies of their compilation and 
digest of the decisions of the supreme court of this state, 
now being published by E. B. Myers, law booksellers and 

Proviso publisher, Chicago : Provided, that the justices of the said 

supreme court, upon an examination of said digest, shall 
certify that the same contains an accurate and reliable syn- 
opsis of the decisions of said court, as reported in the six- 
teenth to the twenty-ninth volumes of the Illinois Reports, 
both inclusive. 

price of digest. § 2. The price which shall be contracted to be paid for 
said digest shall be seven dollars per copy. 



ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL. 83 

§ 3. The quality of paper and binding' of said digest 
shall be equal to that of the Illinois Reports. 

§ 4. The auditor of state shall issue his warrant to the Di ? est i( \ be **■ 
said Henry <k Read for the amount contracted to be paid for 
6aid digest, as aforesaid, upon the certificate of the secretary 
of state on the delivery of the same to him, at Springfield, 
and the certificate of the justices of the supreme court, men- 
tioned in the first section of this act. And the secretary of 
state shall distribute the copies of said digest, so to be pur- 
chased, as, by the act of February 13, 1855, the first and 
second volumes of said digest were required to be distribu- 
ted. And the said warrant shall be paid by the treasurer of 
this state, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise 
appropriated. 

| 5. The purchase aforesaid shall not be made unless the WH»eMenw»r> 
said five hundred copies of said digest shall be delivered to 
the secretary of state within six months from the passage of 
this act ; and this act shall take effect from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved February 13, 1865. 



AN ACT to provide for the completion of the Illinois and Michigan Canal, In force Aprllie, 
upon the plan adopted by the state in 1SS6. 186i5 - 

"Whereas, it has been represented, that the city of Chicago, PreamUa. 
in order to purify or cleanse Chicago river, by drawing a 
sufficient quantity of water from Lake Michigan, directly 
through it, and through the summit division of the Illi- 
nois and Michigan Canal, would advance a sufficient 
amount of funds to accomplish this desirable object ; and, 
whereas, the original plan of the said canal was to cut 
down the summit so as to draw a supply of water for 
navigation directly from Lake Michigan, which plan was 
abandoned, for the time being, after a large part of the 
work had been executed, only in consequence of the 
inability of the state to procure funds for its further pro- 
secution ; and, whereas, under the law creating the trust 
the plan of the summit division of the canal was changed, 
the level being raised so as to require the principal supply 
of water to be obtained through the Calumet feeder, 
subject to serious contingencies, and by pumping on to 
the summit with the hydraulic works at Bridgeport ; now, 
therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted' by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That to secure 
the completion of the summit division of the Illinois and summit awid** 
Michigan canal, upon the original "deep cut" plan, with t0 be 00m P let * 4 



84: ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL. 

such modifications and changes of line, if necessary, as will 
most effectually secure the thorough cleansing or purifica- 
tion of the Chicago river, and facilitate the execution of the 
work, the city of Chicago through its constituted authorities, 
may at once enter into an arrangement with the board of 
trustees of said canal, with a view to the speedy accomplish^ 
ment of the work. 

opening and do- § 2. The canal shall not be constructed of a less capacity 

»!>- of canai. than the plan adopted by the canal commissioners in 1836, 
nor shall the work of deepening it be prosecuted so as to 
materially interfere with the navigation. By consent of the 
board of' trustees, however, the navigation may be opened 
later and closed earlier than usual in former years, but it 
shall never be diminished to a less time than six months. 

Right of way. § 3. It shall be lawful for the city of Chicago to enter 
upon and use any lands which may be necessary for the 
right of way for said canal, if the route should in any part 
vary from the present line of canal, and to take and use any 
materials, of any description, necessary for the prosecution 
of the work contemplated, along the line thereof; the value 
of the same to le determined in the mode provided by the 
general laws of this state. 

Amount expend- § 4. The amount expended by the city of Chicago in 

ad to be lien, deepening the summit division of the canal, according to 
the plan adopted by the canal commissioners, in 1S36, shall 
be a vested lien upon the Illinois and Michigan canal and 
its revenues, after the payment of the present canal debt; 
and the net revenues of the canal shall all, thereafter, be 
rpplied to the payment of the principal and interest of the 
same expended in accomplishing the object of this act, until 

Proviso. ^ e whole amount is reimbursed to the city : Provided, the 

cost shall not exceed two and a half millions of dollars. 

state may refund § 5. The state of Illinois may at any time relieve this 
lien upon the canal and revenues, by refunding to the city 
of Chicago, the amount expended in making the contem- 
plated improvement and the interest thereon. 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to authorize the board of trustees of the Illinois and Michigan 
1865 - canal to appraise and sell tracts, lots and islands. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the Q-eneral Assembly, That the board 
Lands and lots f trustees of the Illinois and Michigan canal may have 
a°nd9ow!" aised appraised all lands, lots and islands, belonging to said canal, 
not heretofore appraised, and may sell the same, at any 
time, either at private or public sale, at not less than the 
appraised value. 



INSANE PERSONS, ETC. 85 

§ 2. That, for the purpose of carrying this act into effect, Agents to ap- 
the board of trustees are hereby authorized to appoint one piai8e< 
or more agents, whose duty it shall be, when notified by 
said board of trustees, to appraise all of the said unappraised 
lands, lots and islands, belonging to the said Illinois and 
Michigan canal, and return said appraisement to the secre- 
tary of said board of trustees at their office, in Lockport, 
Illinois. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT in relation to insane persons and the Illinois state hospital for the In force Feb. 16, 

insane. 1866 - 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That, the cir- 
cuit judges of this state are hereby vested with power to insane persons 
act under and execute the provisions of the act passed on ° epiese 
the twelfth of February, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, 
entitled "An act to amend an act entitled 'an act to estab- 
lish the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane,' ; ' in force 
March first, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, in so far as 
those provisions confer power upon judges of county courts; 
and no trial shall be had of the question of sanity or insanity 
before any judge or court without the presence or in the 
absence of the person alleged to be insane. And jurors Jurors to be 
shall be freeholders and heads of families. 

§ 2. Whenever application is made to a circuit or county Duty of clerk, 
judge, under the provisions of this act and the act to which 
this is an amendment, for proceedings to inquire into and 
ascertain the insanity or sanity of any person alleged to be 
insane, the judge shall order the clerk of the court of which 
he is judge to issue a writ, requiring the person alleged to 
be insane to be brought before him, at the time and place 
appointed for the hearing of the matter ; which writ may 
be directed to the sheriff or any constable of the county, or 
the person having the custody or charge of the person 
alleged to be insane, and shall be executed and returned, 
and the person alleged to be insane brought before the said 
judge before any jury is sworn to inquire into the truth of 
the matters alleged in the petition on which said writ was 
issued. 

§ 3. Persons, with reference to whom proceedings may Ri « hts ° f l**- 

i .....,,,' .-, ,. ■• . ,. *■ ,, °. J „ sons charged as 

be instituted, for the purpose of deciding the question of insane, 
sanity or insanity, shall have the right to process for 
witnesses and to have witnesses examined before the jury ; 
they shall also have the right to employ counsel or any 



86 LANDS. 

friend to appear in their behalf, so that a fair trial may be 
had in the premises ; and no resident of the state shall 
hereafter be admitted into the hospital for the insane, except 
upon the order of a court or judge or upon the production 
of a warrant issued according to the provisions of the act 
to which this is an amendment. 

Recounts of the § 4. The accounts of said institution shall be so kept and 
reported to the general assembly, as to show the kind, quan- 
tity, and cost of any articles purchased for use ; and, upon 
quarterly settlements with the auditor, a list of the accounts 
paid shall be filed and also the original vouchers, as now 
required. 

taws repealed. § 5. All former laws conflicting with the provisions of 
this act are hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect on 
its passage. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT providing for the sale of certain lands therein contained. 

1806. 

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

Auditor to Beii auditor of public accounts be authorized and empowered to 
sell the following described real estate, to-wit : The west 

Description of half of the northwest quarter of section fourteen, township 
twenty-seven north, range two west of the third principal 
meridian; also, the east half of the northeast quarter of sec- 
tion fifteen, township twenty-seven north, range two west 
of the third principal meridian ; also, the east half south- 
east quarter of section twenty-nine, township twenty-seven 
north, range two west of the third principal meridian ; also, 
the northwest quarter of section three, township twenty- six 
north, range two west of the third principal meridian ; com 
taining, in all, three hundred and ninety-seven acres and 
seventy-seven one-hundredths of an acre ; also, lot number 
seven, block thirty-nine, in the town of Metamora — all of 
said real estate lying and being in the county of Woodford, 
and state of Illinois — in such manner and upon such terms 

Termtofsaie. as he may deem best ; and that he, the said auditor, be em- 
powered to make and execute a good and sufficient deed or 
deeds therefor to the purchaser or purchasers of the same ; 
which deed or deeds shall have the effect to vest all the 
right, title and interest now in the state to the said purchaser 
or purchasers. 

Money expended § 2. That the said auditor, out of the moneys arising 
from the sale of said lands, refund to Robert T. Cassell and 
E„ C. Ingersoll all money which they or either of them 
have paid out and expended, as the attorneys of the state, 



STATE LIBEAEY. 87 

in the defence of certain suits brought by George A, Wal- 
lahan against the state of Illinois to obtain said lands and 
to deprive the state thereof, and in certain suits brought by 
the state of Illinois against George A. Wallahan, and others, 
concerning said lands, and to pay the said Robert T. Cassell Pay for service, 
and E. O. Iugersoll a reasonable compensation for their ser- 
vices in that behalf rendered. 

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

Appeoved Feb. 16, 1865. 



AN ACT in relation to the state library. In force Feb. 16, 

1S65. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
librarian of the state library is hereby authorized to sell Librarian may 
at public auction, or private sale, any duplicate documents D o £ji. exchan6e 
now in the library, or that may hereafter be received from 
the congress of the United States, or any of the departments 
at Washington, or he may exchange the same for any books 
not now in the library. Any and all money received by 
him for the sale of any books shall be used in the purchase 
of new books to be deposited in the library. 

§ 2. The librarian shall prepare and cause to be printed catalogue of k- 
a catalogue of the books contained in the library, arranged brary- 
in such manner that they may be easily found. 

§ 3. The librarian shall, at the end of each and every counties to re- 
session, distribute all documents remaining undistributed by ceive boob8- 
the members of the legislature, jpro rata, to the counties, 
upon population. 

§ 4. The librarian is hereby authorized to sell, to the -what may \* 
best advantage, all such unbound journals, reports, or other 80ld- 
documents now in the basement of the state house, which 
are not required for the use of the state. 

§ 5. The librarian shall deliver, for distribution, to the Agricultural re- 
secretary of the State Agricultural Society, the surplus porU " 
copies of the agricultural reports now in the basement, re- 
serving one hundred copies of each volume for exchange 
with other states and for future use. 

§ 6. The librarian shall cause to be distributed to the Laws of congress 
clerks of the circuit courts of the counties, the laws of con- 
gress now on hand or which may be hereafter received. 

§ 7. The sum of five hundred dollars annually is hereby ap- New booka. 
propriated, for the purchase of new books, to be deposited in 
the library, to be expended by the librarian, who shall re- 
port, at each session of the legislature, the books purchased 
and the price paid for the same. The auditor of public 
accounts shall draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the 



88 



LIFE INSURANCE. 



monay hereby appropriated, in such suras as the librarian 
may direct ; and the treasurer shall pay the same out of any 
money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

E i e i P n rt of libra " § ^' The librarian shall report to the next session of the 
legislature the number of volumes or copies of books in the 
library or in the basement, not including the miscellaneous 
books or the laws, journals and reports of the other states. 
§ 9. The documents required to be distributed by this 
act shall be sent to the county clerks, with the laws, jour- 
nals and reports of each session of the legislature. 

journal of con- § iq. The journals of the constitutional convention shall 
be distributed to the several counties, pro rata, in propor- 
tion to population, reserving in the library fifty copies, for 
the future wants of the state. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16. AN ACT in regard to life insurance. 

1S65. D 

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

Tusb^nd's^fe" ^ e l aw ^ u ^ *' or anY married woman, by herself and in her 
name, or in the name of any third person, with his assent, 
as her trustee, to cause to be insured, for her sole use, the 
life of her husband, for any definite period, or for the term 
of his natural life ; and, in case of her surviving her hus- 
band, the sum or net amount of the insurance becoming due 
and payable by the terms of the insurance, shall be payable 
to her, to and for her own use, free from the claims of the 
representatives of her husband or of any of his creditors. 

when children to § 2. In case of the death of the wife, before the decease 
of her husband, the amount of the insurance may be made 
payable, after death, to her children, for their use, and to 
their guardian, if under age ; and if she leave no children, 
such insurance may be made payable to her heirs at law or 
legatee. 

Tax repealed. § 3. All provisions in general or special laws requiring 

the payment of a tax or per centage, for city or local pur- 
poses, by any life insurance company, be and the same is 
hereby repealed. 

<"m policies valid § 4. T^g ac t shall apply to all policies now issued and 
coming within the provisions hereof, and such policies shall 
be as valid as if made after the passage of this act. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



MAOALISTER & STEBBINS BONDS. 89 

AN ACT requiring the holders of the so-called Macallister k Stebbins' bonds In for 1 c |,* eb - ie - 
to surrender the same by July 1st, 1865, under certain penalties, or by Jan- 
uary 1st, 1866, under other and heavier penalties. 



1865. 



"Whereas, under the provisions of the law of Illinois, passed Preamble 1. 
February 10th, 1849, it became the duty of Messrs, Macal- 
ister & Stebbins to publish, under oath, a statement, 
showing the amount equitably due to the holders of the 
then outstanding, so-called Macalister & Stebbins bonds, 
giving the said holders six months from and after the date 
of such publication in which to come in and "accept or 
disprove the account so rendered by Macalister & Steb- 
bins," or be bound by it; and whereas the exact extent of Preamble 2 - 
the equitable liability of the state of Illinois to the hold- 
ers of said bonds was determined by the said statement, 
so published by said Macalister & Stebbins, January 
1st, 1850, (there having been no objection made to the 
correctness of said statement within the said period of six 
months,) as being $218 13 (two hundred and forty-eight 
13-100 dollars) on each of said bonds of one thousand 
($1,000) dollars ; and whereas at that time it was provi- Preamble s. 
ded by the said law of 1819 that liquidation bonds of said 
state should be issued for the payment to the holders of 
said bonds of the amount then due them as aforesaid ; 
and whereas the holders of one hundred and seventy- Preamble 4. 
eight of said old bonds of one thousand ($1,000) dollars 
each did not come forward and receive said new bonds in 
such payment; and whereas, since then, from time to Preamble 6 - 
time, portions of said old bonds have been surrendered to 
the state, at the rate hereinbefore named, so that there now 
appear to be remaining outstanding one hundred and twen- 
ty-one (121) of said bonds, of one thousand ($1,000) dollars 
each ; and whereas the state has, from time to time, in Preamble 6. 
various ways, been harrassed and annoyed by the presen- 
tation of said bonds and the demand for payment of the 
same at other rates than those hereinbefore named; there- 
fore, for the purpose of removing this cause of trouble and 
putting an end to further hopes of the payment of said 
bonds on any other basis than hereinbefore set forth, 
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That, unless 
the said hereinbefore named bonds be presented for pay- Bonds to be m-e- 
ment on or before the first day of July, a. d. 1865, the in- ibises. y u> 
terest which the said state has heretofore considered as ac- 
cruing on said amount so determined and allowed shall for- 
ever cease, from and after the last named date so to accrue 
thereon ; and that if the said bonds shall not be presented for 
payment as hereinbefore provided for, by the first day of ^?to2? 
January, a. d. 1866, the state of Illinois shall not thereaf- 1S66 - 
ter deem herself liable at all for or on account of said bonds, 
either of principal or interest. 



90 



MAPS, PLATS, ETC. — MARINE HOSPITAL 



urer. 



Notice by trcas- § 2. It shall be the duty of the state treasurer to publish 
a notice of the provisions of this law in a daily paper in 
New York city, for one week, in the month of March, a. d. 
1865. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



Tn farce Feb. 18, AN ACT in relation to the maps, plats, field notes, and other documents per- 



1SG5. 



taining to the United States surveys in this state. 



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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That section 

section 3 of act three of an act entitled "An act to provide for the reception 

repealed. , . „ , . -t r 

and preservation ot the maps, plats, field notes, and other 
documents pertaining to the United States surveys in this 
state, and for making authenticated copies thereof," approv- 
ed February 22, a. d. 1S61, be and the same is hereby re- 
pealed. 
when piats and § 2. That whenever a suitable fire-proof building or room 
i-emored. shall be prepared, to the satisfaction of the governor, the 
said maps, plats, field notes and other records pertaining to 
said surveys, shall be removed and deposited in it. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



fa force April 16, AN ACT to enable the United States to build a marine hospital in the 
1865 - county of Cook, Illinois. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State o 
Illinois, i^epresented in the General Assembly, That jurisdic- 
Land ceded to tion is hereby ceded to the United States over so much land 
for marinehot- as may be necessary for the construction and maintenance 
pital - of a marine hospital within this state, not to exceed ten 

acres of land, the same to be selected by an authorized offi- 
cer of the United States, approved by the governor, and the, 
oundaries of the land selected with such approval indorsed; 
thereon, and a map thereof being filed in the office of the. 
rovieo. secretary of state of this state, and by him recorded: Prom-, 

ded, always, and the assent aforesaid is granted upon this 
express condition, that this state shall retain a concurrent 
jurisdiction with the United States in and over the tract 
aforesaid, so far as that all civil, and such criminal process as' 



MECHANICS' LIENS — NATIONAL CEMETERY FOE SOLDIERS. 91 

may issue under authority of this state, against any person 
or persons charged with crimes committed without the 
bounds of said tract may be executed therein, in the same 
manner as though his assent had not been granted. 
Approved January 14, 1865. 



AN ACT to extend the provisions of an act entitled "An act for the better In force Februa- 
security of mechanics erecting buildings in the State of Illinois," approved >'y!6, I 860 - 
February 14, 1863. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the /State of 
Illinois ', represented in the General Assembly, That the pro- 
visions of an act entitled "An act for the better security of Provisions of act 
mechanics erecting buildings in the state of Illinois," ap- extended - 
'proved February 14th, 1863, be and the same are hereby 
extended to the county of Adams in said state ; and all the 
provisions of said act shall extend to, and be in force in Ad- 
ams county, aforesaid, the same as in the counties mentioned 
in third ["the] original act. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AX ACT to provide for the preparation of the Soldiers' National Cemetery In force Feb. 16, 
at Gettysburgh, Pennsylvania. 1865 - 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
5um of three thousand dollars ($3,000) be and the same is *£TfoTc7m e r £- 
hereby appropriated for the purpose of paying the propor- »t >t Gettys- 
tion of this state, of the estimated expense of preparing the ulg " 
ground and furnishing the soldiers' national cemetery at 
Grettysburgh, in the state of Pennsylvania, and of making 
improvements upon that portion thereof which is set apart 
:o this state. 

§ 2. The governor is hereby authorized to disburse the Expense of co»- 

r< . i . J m missioners.now 

noneys so appropriated, tor the purpose abo^e mentioned, paid. 
pad to appoint a commissioner to superintend the disburse- 
ments of the moneys hereby appropriated, and to take 
iharge and represent the interests of this state in said cem- 
etery, as provided by act of the legislature of the common- 
wealth of Pennsylvania, incorporating the Soldiers' National 
Cemetery Association. The necessary expenses incurred by 
such commissioner in discharging his duties under this act, 



92 



ORDNANCE — CHIEF OF. 



and also the necessary expenses already paid by the com- 
missioners of this state, shall be drawn from the sum hereby 
appropriated, but they shall receive no other compensation 
for their services. 
Funds, how s 3, it ghaJi De £] ie c i u ty f the auditor of public accounts, 

drawn. ° , . 1 • 1 1 1 • i 

upon application to him by the governor, to draw his war- 
rant upon the state treasurer, payable to the order of the 
governor, for such sum or sums not exceeding the amount! 
hereby appropriated, as he may specify to be used lor the ' 
purpose hereinbefore described. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, ^N ACT to provide for the appointment, fix the pay and prescribe the du-j 
ties of chief of ordnance of the state of Illinois. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State oj\ 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That th( 

Duties of offioer. governor of this state shall appoint one chief of ordnance; 
who shall keep his office at the capital of the state, and whose 
duty it shall be to take charge of the state arsenal ano 
grounds, receive and issue ordnance and ordnance stores' 
upon requisitions properly approved by the governor, or th< 
adjutant general of the state. 

when cierk may § 2. That the chief of ordnance is hereby authorized 

act as principal . ■ ,i -, ,. . , . . 1 • <• i i 

with the approval ot the governor, to appoint one chiet clerk 
to assist in keeping the books and making out the return 
of the ordnance department, and in the absence or by reasoi 
of the disability of the chief of ordnance to discharge th< 
duties of said chief, and to do and perform all other dutie 
appertaining to his office. 

^nd^-k* 001 ' 8 § 3 - Tliat tlie cniet " of ordnance shall be paid for his M 
vices a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars per annual 
and that the chief clerk shall be paid for his services a sur. 
not exceeding eighteen hundred dollars per annum, to b 
paid out of the general appropriation provided for the 
ment of officers and men employed at state arsenal, 
other incidental expenses of the same. 

Term of office. § 4.. That the chief of ordnance shall hold his office di 
ring the present rebellion against the government of th 
United States, or so long thereafter, and no longer, as tb 
governor of this state shall deem it to be to the interest <i 
the state to continue said office. 

Acts repealed. § 5# That ^ j awg Qr ^.^ Q f l aws J n conflict with tlli) 

are hereby repealed. 



PRINTED RECORDS — PRINTING AND BINDING. 93 

§ 6. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
ifter its passage. 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



IN ACT to authorize and legalize the use of printed records by the clerks of In force Feb. 18, 
the several circuit and county courts, and for other purposes. 1665 - 

Section T. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That for the 
mrpose of securing uniformity in the county records through- R f ^ d9 to oon ' 
>ut this state, the clerks of the circuit and county courts in 
Jie several counties in this state, are hereby authorized to 
procure suitable printed court records, fee books, conveyan- 
cing and real estate records, properly ruled and printed, to 
')e tilled up and used when practicable and as the circumstan- 
ces of the case will allow ; and the action of such clerks as 
lave already procured said books is hereby legalized. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of county courts and boards of county to pay 
iaipervisors to pay out of the county treasury, for all books 
'hat may be procured by said clerks, as provided by this 
ict. 

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

Approved February 16. 1865. 



AN ACT to reduce the several acts in relation to printing and binding into In force Feb. 16, 
one act, and to amend the same. 186 °- 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
brinting and binding of all laws, journals, reports and other Printing and 

*'iocuments, which now or hereafter may be required to be feTb^contract 6 
3rinted for the use of the state, shall be let by contract to the 

ftowest responsible bidder or bidders: Provided, that no Proviso, 
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 

• "his state. 
; § 2. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state, after Notice of letting 

• having given six weeks' notice, to be published weekly in 
two of the newspapers printed at the city of Springfield, 

: and the two printed at the city of Chicago, having the lar- 
gest weekly circulation, of the time of letting the printing 
of the laws, journals, reports and other documents which 



94: PRINTING AND BINDING. 

may be required' to be printed for the use of the state, to 
contract with some responsible printer or printers, to do the 
printing of the approaching session of the general assembly. 

Award of con- § 3 # At the time designated in said advertisement for 
the opening of the bids, the secretary 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 contract to the lowest re- 
sponsible bidder or bidders. Each person who may present 
a bid to the secretary of state shall inclose in the same en- 
velope, with said bid, a good and sufficient bond in the pen- 
alty of twenty thousand dollar?, conditi >ned that he or they 
wiil faithfully, and in a good and workmanlike manner, 
perform and execute all the public printing required to be 
done in pursuance of law, by direction of either branch of 
the general assembly, or any officer of the state, which said 
bond shall be approved by the governor and filed in the 
office of the secretary of state. 

Public printer to § 4. All laws, journals, reports, bills, messages, blanks, 
certificates, circulars or advertisements of any description j 
whatsoever, which new are or hereafter may be required by 
law to be printed, or which shall be ordered to be printed by 
the general assembly, or by either branch thereof, or by the 
governor, or by either [of] the heads of departments in pursu- 
ance of law, and in the discharge of their official duties, shall 
be printed by the person or persons to whom the last contract 
for public printing shall have been awarded. 

Prinee of work. § &• The prices of public printing shall be as follows, to I 
wit: For plain work, seventy cents per thousand ems; for- 
figure or rule work, one dollar and five cents per thousand ! 
ems; for figure arid rule work, one dollar and forty cent6! 
per thousand ems, for composition ; and seventy cents per 
token, of eight pages, for press work; for blanks of any de-i 
scription, one dollar and fifty cents for the first quire, and 
for each additional quire of the same kind, ordered at the 
same time, one dollar per quire, excepting when said blanks 
are larger than a sheet of fiat cap paper, or contain so much 
composition as to require additional compensation ; then 
the public printer shall be allowed to charge a reasonable 
advance upon the prices above specified, for printing blanks, 
which said advance charges shall be passed upon by the 
officers authorized to settle the printers' accounts, as herein- 
after provided. The paper for such blanks, aforesaid, shall 
be furnished by the public printer at his own proper cost 
and charge, and shall not be charged to, nor paid for by the 
state; and if any of said blanks aforesaid, shall, in the opin- 
ion of the officers ordering the same, be badly or inaccurately 

H r a / ftl T e 'd k may be printed, or be printed on paper of an inferior quality, the 
officers ordering them may refuse to receive them, and no 

autre of bianke. work so rejected shall be paid for by the state. "A quire 



PRINTING AND BINDING. 95 

of blanks," as used in this act, shall be construed to mean 
twenty-four blanks of the size of a full sheet of flat cap paper, 
or forty-eight blanks of any smaller size, or twenty-four 
blanks of any smaller size which are printed on both sides 
of the paper. For advertising, the public printer or printers 
shall receive for each line of nonpareil type, or each line of 
type of a smaller size, not more than ten cents for the first Prices, 
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. 

§ 6. There shall be printed at the close of each session Number of pub- 
of the general assembly, eight thousand copies of the public, }L c W s. nd priv *" 
or general laws, and two thousand copies of the private, or 
special laws, two thousand copies of the journals of the j0 " t n g al8 and rs ' 
senate, two thousand copies of the journals of the house of 
representatives, and two thousand copies of the reports 
which shall hsve been presented to such session of the gen- 
eral assembly. 

§ 7. Before the commencement of each regular session Governor's me*- 
of the. general assembly, there shall be printed ten thousand 
copies of the governor's message, one thousand copies for 
the use of the governor, and the residue for the use of the 
general assembly. Five thousand copies of the report of 
the auditor of public accounts, live hundred copies for the u OISreporti 

, use of said auditor, and the residue for the use of the mem- 
bers of the general assembly. Five thousand copies of the Treasurer's re- 
report of the state treasurer, five hundred copies for the use port ' 
of the said treasurer, and the residue for the use of the mem- 

, bers of the general assembly. Fifteen thousand copies of gup b . ingt . n 
the report pf the superintendent of public instruction, ten report. 

, thousand copies for the use of the said superintendent, and the 
residue for the use of the members of the general assembly. 

: Ten thousand copies of the report of the trustees and super- 
intendents of the institutions for the education of the blind, demand dumb! 

, deaf and dumb, and the insane, respectively, eight thousand State's!* 11 * "* 
for the use of the officers of each of the said institutions, re- 

. spectively, and the balance for the use of the members of 
the general assembly ; and three thousand copies of the report 
of the commissioners, w r arden, chaplain, and superintend- p p e ^* ntiarv r «- 

: ent of the state penitentiary, for the use of the members of 
the general assembly. All orders for printing, in addition 

;' to the foregoing, shall be made by joint resolution : Provi- Proviso. 
ded, that either house may order to be printed any bills or 
reports of committees of such house, without the concur- 
rence ot 1 the other branch of .the general assembly. 

i § 8. In printing and binding the reports made to the what printed n 

, general assembly, there shall be included only the messages tain. 8 

i of the governors, the reports of the auditor, treasurer, the su- 

. peri.tendent of public instruction, the report of the bank 

i co nmissioners, the special reports of standing or select com- 
mittees of the respective houses, the reports of the trustees 



96 PRINTING AND BINDING. 

and superintendents of the institutions for the insane, blind, 
deaf and dumb, the reports of the commissioners, warden, 
chaplain and superintendent of the penitentiary, report of 

whatr ortsnot tne trustees an d officers of the Illinois and Michigan canal. 
included. But the transactions of the state agricultural and hor- 
ticultural societies, the report of the adjutant general, the 
quartermaster general, and the state geologist, shall not be 
included in said volume. 

Form of laws, &c g <)_ Each edition of the laws, journals, and reports, re- 
quired bj the provisions of this act to be printed, shall be 
bound in octavo volumes; the public or general laws to be 
bound in one volume, and the private or special laws to be 

Proviso. bound in one volume : Provided, that if either the public or 

private laws contain more than one thousand pages, the 
same may be bound in two volumes, at the discretion of the 
secretary of state. The journal of the senate shall be bound 
in one volume, and the journal of the house of representa- 
tives shall be bound in one volume. The current reports 
shall be bound in one volume : Provided, that when they 
comprise more than one thousand pages, they may be bound 
in one or more volumes, at the discretion of the secretary of 
state. One thousand pages, as near as may be, to be the 
standard size of a volume. 

T 'orts age ° f re ' § ^' ^ n Panting messages, reports and other documents 
ordered to be printed by either branch of the general assem- 
bly, or by any officer of the state, or in pursuance of any 
law or resolution of either branch of the general assembly, 

Titia page to laws tne p U bli c printer may prelix a title page to each report, 
message, reports of heads of departments, or the reports of 
the officers of state institutions, and shall dispense, with title 
pages in reports of committees and other short documents; 
but may place a title at the top of the first page of every 
such document. A title page shall be prefixed to the vol- 
ume of laws, reports, and the journals of the senate and 
house of representatives, and a half title may be prefixed to 
each report in the volume of reports ; but the said printer 
shall dispense with all unnecessary blank pages in printing 
the books which he may be required to print as aforesaid. 

pica for laws. g ^L The laws passed by the general assembly shall be 

printed in small pica type, and the marginal notes thereto 

Nonpareil for L , . , , .' x -i . r n 

notes. may be printed in nonpareil type, or type ot a smaller size ; 

journals small the journals of the senate and house of representatives shall 

pica ' be printed in type of no larger size than small pica, nor in 

type of a smaller size than long primer ; but the lists of yeas 

Yeos and nays and nays therein shall be printed in brevier type. .Reports 
and other documents shall also be printed in small pica type, I 
and all figure or other tables therein, shall be printed in 
type of no larger size than brevier, nor in type of a smaller 
size than nonpareil. Bills for the use of the general assem- 
bly shall be printed in type of no larger size than pica, nor 
in type of a smaller size than small pica. 

A 



TEINTINQ AND BINDING. 97 

§ 12. The secretary of state shall cause true and accu Laws, & c . ; for 
rate copies of all laws, joiDt resolutions, and of the journals pu c pnnter- 
of each house of the general assembly, to be made out by 
the person or persons to whom the contract for copying the 
laws, joint resolutions and journals of that session of the 
general assembly may have been awarded, and delivered to 
the public printer or printers as fast as the said printer or 
printers may need the same in the fulfillment of his or their 
contract, as required in section thirteen of this act. The 
copies of the laws so made out, shall be arranged and printed 
in alphabetical order, according to their subject matter, w r ith Order of laws, 
full and complete marginal notes, and the day on which 
each act takes effect shall be stated in the margin opposite 
the title, and the day on which the act was approved by the 
governor shall be stated at the end of the act, omitting the 
name and style of the governor, and the speakers of the two 
houses of the general assembly. Prefixed to each volume 
of the laws and journals, there shall be a table of contents, '*"". of con * 
and at the end thereof, a full and complete index, and there complete index, 
shall be prefixed to each volume of reports a table of con- 
tents. 

§ 13. The public printer or printers shall be allowed Time to finish 
four months from the adjournment of the general assembly pnn ing> 
to complete the printing of the laws, journals, reports, and 
other documents of each session of the general assembly. 

§ 14:. The secretary of state shall superintend the print- secret'y of state 

,. t i J , . -i >i i • .• t0 superintend 

ing ot the laws, acts, resolutions, and all other printing printing. 

ordered by the general assembly, carefully comparing the 

printed copies with the enrolled laws, resolutions and other 

original copies deposited in his office, correcting all errors 

that may appear in such printed copies; and shall make and 

cause to be printed at the end of such printed copies, his 

certificate, that the acts and resolutions so printed are cor- ^/"of^ute.- ° f 

rect copies of the enrolled laws tiled in his office ; but in no 

case shall the enrolled laws be taken from the secretary's 

office for the purpose of comparing them with the printed 

copies, nor for any other purpose. 

§ 15. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state, au- Accounts of P ub. 
ditor and treasurer, to examine all accounts rendered by the adjusted! ' 
public printer or printers for work performed, or materials 
furnished for the state, which said officers shall [call] to their 
aid three or a less number of practical printers, who are not 
at that time engaged in the printing business, to assist them 
in the examination of said accounts. The persons so em- 
ployed shall be paid at the rate of five dollars per day for Payofadjustees. 
the time necessarily occupied in the examination of such 
accounts, to be paid out of the fund appropriated for the ex- 
penses of the office of secretary of state. 

§ ltf. Immediately after the printing for any session of Ac ^ u nts, now 
the general assembly shall have been completed, it shall be 
the duty of the secretary of state, auditor and treasurer, 
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98 



PRINTING AND BINDING. 



Surplus paper. 



to settle the accounts of the public printer or printers, ac- 
cording to the provisions of the preceding section, and to 
ascertain the quantity of paper which has been necessarily- 
used by the public printer in executing the printing for such 
session of the general assembly : Provided, that the public 
printer or printers shall not be allowed more than five per 
centum of said paper for the necessary wastage in perform- 
ing the printing as aforesaid. But if the public printer or 
printers shall not have actually used, in the performance of 
his or their said contract, a quantity of paper equal to the 
amount actually bound in the books and other documents 
required to be printed, and the five per centum allowed 
herein for wastage, he shall return any surplus paper which 
he has received from the secretary of state, and which has 
not been so actually used as aforesaid, to the said secretary 
of state, who shall store the same for the future use of the 
state. And the public printer or printers shall not use in his 
or their own private business, or otherwise than in the fulfill- 
ment of his or their said contract, any of the paper which he 
or they may have received from the secretary of state, under 
a penalty of twenty-five dollars for each and every quire so 
used by him or them, to be recovered by the secretary of 
state for the use of the people of the state, in an action of 
debt, before any court having jurisdiction. And the accounts 
paper account, of the said printer or printers shall not be paid until said 
paper account is settled to the entire satisfaction of the offi- 
cers authorized to settle the same as s aforesaid. 

§ 17. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state, after 
having given at least six weeks' notice, to be published 
weekly in two of the newspapers printed at the city of 
Springfield, and in the two newspapers printed at the city 
of Chicago, having the largest weekly circulation, of the time 
of letting the folding, stitching, and binding, to contract 
with some responsible book binder or binders who reside in, 
and carry on the business of bookbinding in this state, to do 
the folding, stitching and binding of the approaching ses- 
sion of the general assembly, consisting of laws, journals, 
reports and other documents of every description, and bills, 
in the following manner, and at no greater prices than those 
annexed, to wit: For binding the laws, journals and reports, 
with leather backs and substantial pasteboard sides, and 
covering the sides with blue paper, when the number of 
pages in the volume do not exceed one hundred and fifty, 
twelve and one half cents for each one hundred pages; 
when the number of pages in -the volume exceed one hun- 
dred and fifty, the price shall be ten cents for each one 
hundred pages of the volume. For folding, stitching 
and covering with paper covers, with the title page 
printed thereon, and trimming the edges of reports and 
other documents, three and one half cents for each one hun- 
dred pages contained in the same. For folding, stitching 



Contract 
binding 



Prices for bind 
ing. 






PRINTING AND BINDING. 99 

and trimming the edges of reports and other documents, 
two cents for each one hundred pages contained in the same. 
For folding, stitching and trimming the edges of bills, five 
cents for each one hundred pages contained in the same. 

§ 18. Each person who may present a bid to the secre- Bond of bidders, 
tary 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 manner perform and execute 
all the public binding required to be done in pursuance of 
law by direction of either branch of the general assembly, 
or by any officer of the state in the discharge of their official 
duties, which said bond shall be approved by the governor 
and filed in the office of the secretary of state. 

§ 19. It shall be the duty of the public printer or printers Time of binder to 
to deliver to the public binder or binders, each and every form complete work - 
of laws, journals, reports, bills or other documents which are 
required to be folded, stitched, or bound, in good order, as 
fast as they are printed, and the public binder or binders 
shall be allowed two months from the time the last form is 
delivered to him by the public printer, in which to finish the 
binding and delivery of the same to the secretary of state. 
And the public binder shall bind every volume of laws, Binder to doaii 
journals, reports, and other documents, and shall fold, stitch W01k ' 
and trim every pamphlet, bill or other document which now 
is, or hereafter may be required by law or otherwise to be 
bound, or folded and stitched for the use of the state, or for 
the general assembly, or for either branch thereof, or for the 
governor or other state officers in the discharge of their 
official duties. 

§ 20. Immediately upon the fulfillment of any contract Accounts of 
for binding, the secretary of state, auditor, and treasurer, or binder - 
any two of them, shall proceed to settle the accounts of the 
public binder in the same manner as is provided in section 
fifteen of this act, for the settlement of the accounts of the 
public printer. 

§ 21. The secretary of state is hereby authorized and re- contract may be 
quired to contract for the public printing or binding provi- 
ded for in this act, at less prices than are herein specified, if 
in his power so to do. 

§ 22. If the public printer shall fail to print the laws, Forfeiture if faii- 
journals, and reports, within the time limited herein, or if 
the public binder shall fail to have the laws, journals, and 
reports bound within the time limited herein, it shall be the 
duty of the secretary of state to state in the certificate which 
he is required to give to such printer, the time at which such 
laws, journals and reports, shall have been printed, and the 
time at which the binding should have been completed, and 
the time at which said printing was completed, and the 
auditor shall thereupon deduct from the price of such print- 
ing, if the failure be in tho printing, or if the failure be in 



made at less 
prices. 



100 PUBLIC LAWS. 

the binding, deduct from the price of such binding, six per 
centum per week on the price of printing or binding, as the 
case may be, and issue his warrant on the treasurer for the 
sum due such printer or binder, after making the daduction 
aforesaid. 
Time of letting § 23. The contract for printing and binding required 

contract. t ,i • t -it n i i i • - 1 i 

by this act to be made, shall be let at least six months 
before the sitting of each regular session of the general as- 
sembly. 
Acts repealed. § 24. All acts or parts of acts conflicting with the pro- 
visions of this act, are hereby repealed. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT authorizing E. B. Myers, of Chicago, to publish the public lav.-s 
1865 - as passed at each session of the general assembly of this state, upon his 

own private account. 

Preamble. 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 of Illinois; and, whereas, a cheap 
edition of the session laws of the state would be a desid- 
eratum to the profession of the state, and others desiring 
a copy of the public laws ; therefore, 
[Section 1.] Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That E. 11 
E 'ubiish y i e aws may Myers, book publisher of Chicago, be and is hereby author- 
ized to publish such an edition of the public laws of the 
state of Illinois, passed at each session of tlie general assem- 
bly as he may deem proper, and sell the same upon his own 
private account. 
Secretary of state § 2. Be it further enacted, That it shall be and is hereby 
o°f f "a 1 ws. shcopies made the duty of the secretary of state to furnish on demand, 
the said E. B. Myers, immediately after the enrollment and 
deposit of the same in the office of the said secretary of 
state, a true copy of each and every public law passed by 
the said general assembly, at each and every session, for 
which said service the said secretary of state, for the time 
His fees* being, shall receive from the said E. B. Myers, such com- 

pensation for the copies aforesaid as may be allowed by law 
for similar services. 
Laws prima facie § 3. Be it further enacted, That all public laws pub- 
lished by the said E. B. Myers, in pursuance of this act, 
shall be and the same are hereby declared to be p?ima 
facie evidence of the existence of such laws, in and beforo 
all courts of law and equity in this state. 



EAFT3 OF LUMBERMEN, ETC. 101 

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

Approved February 1G, I8G5. 



AN ACT in relation to rafts of lumber and saw-logs in the Mississippi river, in force Feb. 15, 

1S65. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois* represented in the General Assembly, That it shall 
not be lawful for the city of Quincy to charge any wharf wharfage may be 
age, or other fee or charge of any kind or nature whatsoever 
for landing any raft or rafts of lumber or saw logs at any 
point in said city, except at such landings or levees as are 
owned by said city. 

§ 2. All acts or parts of acts or ordinances of the city of Acts repealed. 
Quincy, in conflict with this law are hereby repealed. 

§ 3. This act shall be taken and is declared to be a pub- 
lic act, and shall take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT relating to rafts and lumbermen. In force Feb. 16, 

1S65. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter 
all raftsmen floating rafts upon the Mississippi river, shall where rafts may 

, i • i f - i i ' .'.',. be landed. 

have the right, and may land the same at any point m this 
state free of charge, except at the improved wharves of 
incorporated towns and cities therein, and shall have the 
right to take the same out of said river, at any point except Exception, 
at said improved wharves free of charge by any city or 
town whatever. 

§ 2. That all laws and ordinances of any city or town Acts repealed, 
in conflict with this act be and the same are hereby 
repealed. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



102 RAILROADS. 

In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to amend the law for the consolidation of railroads. 

1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall 
Railroads in and not be lawful for any railroad company of Illinois, or for 
to U be con a so e nda- the directors of any railroad company of Illinois, to consoli- 
Bent withoutcon " d ate tne i r roa d with any railroad out of the state of Illinois, 
or to lease their road to any railroad company out of the 
state of Illinois, or to lease any railroad out of the state 
of Illinois without having first obtained the written con- 
sent of all of the stockholders of said roads residing in 
the state of Illinois — and any contract for such consolidation 
or lease which may be made, without having first obtained 
said written consent, signed by the resident stockholders in 
Proriso. Illinois, shall be null and void: Provided, that it shall be 

lawful foa the directors of any railroad company created by 
the laws of this state, to contract for the use and operation 
of any railroad connecting with their line beyond the limits 
of the state, and in all contracts for the use and operation 
of any railroad by another corporation, it shall be lawful 
for the parties to provide for the use of any of the powers 
and privileges of either or both of the corporations, parties 
thereto : And, provided, further, that nothing in this act 
shall be so construed as to authorize the consolidation of 
any of said railroads with railroads out of the state of Illi- 
nois : Provided, that nothing contained in the first proviso 
to this act shall in anywise apply to or be taken advantage 
of by the Great Western railroad company (of 1859) a cor- 
poration of the state of Illinois. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



Tn force Feb. 13, AN ACT to amend the law for the consolidation of railroads. 

1865. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall 

consent of the no t be lawful for any railroad company of Illinois, or for 

stockholders is , , . ,. " ., n !• th • • , ^• 

necessary. the directors ot any railroad company ot Illinois to consoli- 
date their road with any railroad out of the state of Illinois, 
or to lease their road to any railroad company out of the 
state of Illinois, or to lease any railroad out of the state of 
Illinois, without having first obtained the written consent 
of all of the stockholders of said roads resident in the state 
of Illinois, and any contract for such consolidation or lease 
which may be made without having first obtained said writ- 



RAILROADS REPORTS OF SUPREME COURT. 103 

ten consent signed by the resident stockholders in Illinois, 
shall be null and void. 

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

Approved February 13, 1865. 



AN ACT to subject railroad companies to pay damages for violating city or In force Feb, 16. 
town ordinances. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter, 
whenever any railroad company who shall, by themselves, """nen company 

, J j. 4.u ■ * • • ; u • i. is liable for 

or agents, run or put their trains or engines to be run at a damages. 

greater rate of speed through the incorporated limits of any 
city or town in this state, than is permitted by the city or 
town ordinances respecting said railroad company, so viola- 
ting said ordinances either by themselves or agents as afore- 
said, shall be liable to each individual sustaining damage 
done by said train or engine, to the full extent of such 
damage. 

§ 2. Should any live stock be killed by any of the rail- Y^m 11 ! 6 stock 
road companies, or their agents, in manner set forth in sec- 
tion one of this act, the same shall be presumed to have 
been done by the negligence of said company or their 
agents. 

§ 3. The damages provided for in section one of this Damages, and 
act may be recovered by action of debt or assumpsit before 
any justice of the peace, where the amount of damage does 
not exceed one hundred dollars, or by suit in the circuit 
court, as the party may elect, where the amount of damages 
does exceed twenty dollars. 

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

AppROved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT in relation to the reports of the decisions of the supreme court. In force Feb. 8, 

r 1S65. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That until 
otherwise provided by law, the reporter of the decisions of 
the supreme court of this state, for such copies of the reports 
of said decisions as he shall deliver to the secretary of state, price of reports, 
according to the laws of this state, shall be entitled to re- 
ceive at the rate of six dollars per volume. 



104 REVISED STATUTES. 

§ 2. This act shall include and relate to the 31st volume 
of Illinois reports, and shall take effect and be in force from 
and after its passage. 

Approved February S, 1S65. 



In force Feb. 13, AN ACT to amend chapter IX of the revised statutes, entitled "Attachments 
I s65 - in circuit courts." 

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

llUnois, represented in the General Assembly, If any 

whenwritofat- creditor, his agent or attorney, shall file an affidavit in 

tachment may .1 ,,• » .v 11 ,■ . 1 . ., , ,. 

issue. the omce ot the clerk or the circuit court ot any county 

in this' state, setting forth that any person is indebted to 
such creditor in a sum exceeding twenty dollars, stating the 
nature and amount of such indebtedness, as near as may be, 
and that such debtor has fraudulently conveyed or assigned 
his property or effects, so as to hinder or delay his creditors, 
within two years prior to the filing of such affidavit, or that 
such debtor has fraudulently concealed or disposed of his 
property or effects, so as to hinder or delay his creditors 
within said two years, or that such debtor is about fraudu- 
lently to conceal, assign, or otherwise dispose of his pro- 
perly or effects, so as to hinder or delay his creditors, the 
clerk of such court shall forthwith issue a writ of attach- 
ment, in manner and form as is provided in section one of 
said chapter nine, to which this is an amendment. 
Act to conform. § 2. All the provisions of said chapter nine, to which 
this is an amendment, applicable to writs of attachment is- 
sued by virtue of the first section of said chapter nine, shall 
apply to writs of attachments that may be issued by virtue 
of section one of this act, and the writ of attachment provided 
in section two of sa : d chapter nine, when issued by virtue 
of section one of this act, shall be made conformable to the 
provisions of section one. 

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

Approved February 13, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to amend chapter X of the revised statutes of 1815, of the state 
of Illinois, entitled "Attachments of boats and vessels" 

Section 1 . Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, 'represented in the General Asstinlly, That chapter 
ten of the revised statutes of 1S±5, entitled ''Attachments of 



REVISED STATUTES. 105 

boats and vessels, be and is hereby so amended that here- A j^^ ents fro a ^ 
after in all cases wherein proceedings are had against lowed. 
boats or vessels, before a justice of the peace, and judg- 
ment rendered, the owner or owners, masters, stewards, 
consignee, or other agent of such boat or vessel, may appeal 
from such judgment on entering into the required bond or 
recognizance as in other cases of appeal. 
Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN" ACT to repeal section sixteen (16) of division III, chapter XXX of the In force Feb. 7, 
Revised Statutes, all of chapter LXXIV of said Revised Statutes, and an act 1865- 

entitled "An act to prevent the immigration of free negroes into this 
state," commonly known as the "Black Laws." 

Sectiox 1. Be it enacted Ij the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That section 
sixteen (16,) division III, chapter XXX, of the Revised B p a e ^ ed laiT9 Te ' 
Statutes of this state, entitled "Criminal Jurisprudence," 
and chapter LXXIV of said Revised Statutes, entitled ".Ne- 
groes and Mulattoes," and an act of the general assembly of 
this state, approved February 12, 1853, entitled "An act to 
prevent the immigration of free negroes into this state," be 
an \ the same are hereby repealed ; also section 23, chapter 
XL, Revised Statutes, entitled "Evidence and Depositions." 

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

Approved February 7, 1865. 



AN ACT to amend chapter XXX of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Crimi- in force Feb. ic 
nal Jurisprudence." 18(55. 

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the following addi- 
tional section be added to division 13 of said chapter, enti- 
tled "Fraudulent and Malicious Mischief" : 

Any person who shall destroy, injure or disturb, or in any Malicious mil 
way molest any tomb, vault or grave within the inclosure ' 
of any cemetery or place of interment of the dead, with the 
intention or purpose of removing any dead body, or cloth- 
ing, or ornament, or jewel therefrom, or any person in any 
way aiding or abetting in the same, without written permis- 
sion from the proper officer of the association or cemetery, 
or place of interment, or any person who shall destroy, in- 
jure, ^disturb, or in any way molest any monument, slab, 
tree, shrubs, plant, or other thing within said cemeterv 
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106 REVISED STATUTES. 

Punishment. inclosure, without lawful authority so to do, all and every 
such person shall be deemed guilty of fraudulent and mali- 
cious mischief, and shall be punished as provided in section 
number 157 of said criminal code. 

This act to take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force April 1, AN ACT to amend section sixty-two of chapter XXX of the Revised 
1865- Statutes, entitled "Criminal Jurisprudence," and for other purposes. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That sec- 
Krst offence of tion sixty-two of chapter thirty of the Revised Statutes be so 
amended that any person convicted, under the same, of the 
larceny of any horse, mare, colt, mule, or ass, shall be pun- 
ished by confinement in the penitentiary for a term not less 
second offence, than three years nor more than twenty years for the first 
offence, and not less than eight nor more than thirty years 
for the second offence, 
counties may of- § 2. The county courts in this state, in such counties as 
bo r rsTtI?eve S s for h& ve n °t adopted township organization, and the boards of 
supervisors in such as have, are hereby authorized and em- 
powered to offer such rewards, not exceeding one thousand 
dollars, as to them may seem right in the premises, for the 
pursuit, arrest, detection, or conviction of any such thief. 
Tax for fund. § 3. And for the purpose of providing a fund for the 

payment of said rewards and other disbursements provided 
for by this act, the said county courts and boards of super- 
visors are hereby authorized to levy a tax, annually, of such 
amount as to them may seem necessary, for the purpose 
herein contemplated; said taxes to be levied and collected 
in the same mauner as other taxes for county purposes now 
are by law authorized to be levied and collected, 
unsuccessful ex- § 4. When any person shall pursue any thief, as con- 
denses paid, templated in said first section, for whom no reward shall 
have been offered, or in any case where a reward has been 
offered, and the pursuit shall be unsuccessful, the party or 
parties pursuing may make out his bill for all necessary ex- 
penses, which shall not exceed one dollar for each man per 
day, and file the same with the judge of the county court, 
or the board of supervisors as aforesaid ; and it shall be the 
duty of the said judge or board to allow said account (if 
satisfied of its correctness and propriety,) and pay the same 
Proviso. out of this fund : Provided, that in all cases where a reward 

is paid, no expenses shall be allowed, and never shall ex- 
penses bo allowed for more than five persons, and those only 
who said court shall think proper. 



REVISED STATUTES. 107 

§ 5. This act to take effect and be in force on the first 
day of April, A. D. 1865. 

Approved February 15, 1865. 



AN ACT to amend chapter XXXIV of the Revised Statutes of eighteen In force Feb. 13, 
hundred and forty-five, entitled "Dower." 1866 - 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That in all 
cases for the assignment of dower, or for dower and partition, Dower, how u- 
and there are several tracts of land in which a widow may 
be entitled to dower, said lands not being encumbered by 
mortgage or deed of trust, the commissioners appointed to 
assign to any widow her dower in said several tracts may 
assign the same to her in a body. 

§ 2. That the provisions of this act shall apply to all suits pending, 
cases now pending as well as those hereafter to be com- 
menced, and shall be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 13, 1865. 



AN ACT to amend chapter XLIII of the Revised Statutes entitled "Forcible In force Feb. 16, 
Entry and Detainer." 1866 - 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter 
in all actions of forcible entry and detainer, and of forcible Justice Peace 
detainer, justices of the peace may hear and determine the mtni enerjudB " 
same without the intervention of a jury, and may enter judg- 
ment and issue process therein as in cases of findings by a 
jury : Provided, either party may demand a jury of six or Proviso, 
twelve, on depositing with the justice the fees of such jury ; 
and in case either party shall call for a jury of six only, the 
other party may elect to have twelve juryman on advancing 
the fees for the additional six. 

§ 2. In all cases of tenancies where default shall be made Ten days ' aotiei 
in the payment of rent due or in any of the covenants of a 
lease, it shall not be necessary to give more than ten days' 
notice to quit, or of the termination of such tenancy, and the 
same may be terminated on giving such notice to quit at any 
time after such default in any of the covenants of such lease, 
which notice may be substantially in the following form, 
viz : "To A. B.: You are hereby notified that in consequence Fom of noti0 *- 
of your default in [here insert the character of the default] 
of the premises now occupied by you, being, &c, [here de- 



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REVISED STATUTES. 



Proof of service 



Notice to be evi 
dence. 



Forcible entry. 



Fees. 



Proviso. 



Appeals. 



scribe the premises,] I have elected to determine your lease, 
and you are hereby notified to quit and deliver up posses- 
sion of the same to me within ten days of this d'ate," [dated, 
&c.,] to be signed by the lessor or his agent; and no other 
notice or demand of possession or termination of such ten- 
ancy shall be necessary. This notice may be a printed form 
or all written, as the landlord or agent may elect ; all to be 
signed in writing. 

§ 3. The service of such notice shall be by delivering a 
copy to the tenant, or by leaving a copy with some person 
above the age of twelve years, residing on or in possession 
or occupancy of the premises ; and in case no one is in the 
actual possession of said premises, then by posting a like 
notice on said premises ; and the fact of the service of such 
notice, and how made, shall be stated in the complaint now 
required by law to be made to the justice before the com- 
mencement of such action ; and the return of the officer serv- 
ing such notice shall be prima facie evidence of the facts 
therein stated ; and if such notice is served by any person not 
an officer, the return shall be sworn to, and shall be prima 
facie evidence of the facts therein stated. 

§ 4. The first section of the act to which this act is 
amendatory shall be construed as embracing all cases where 
any person shall make any forcible or other entry into any 
vacant and unoccupied lot or premises, without color of right 
or title thereto, or shall hold over against the lessor, his heirs 
or assigns, after the term of the tenancy has expired ; and 
where the covenant of a lease has been violated by the non- 
payment of rent when due, it shall be sufficient for the land- 
lord, his agent or attorney, to make demand for payment of 
rent due on any day prior to the commencement of his ac- 
tion of forcible detainer ; and in the case mentioned in this 
section it shall only be necessary to give the person in pos- 
session ten days' notice to quit. 

§ 5. The fees for issuing and serving process, and for all 
other official services by justices and constables in proceed- 
ings under this act, and the acts to which this is an amend- 
ment, shall be the same as in ordinary civil suits: Provided, 
that justices shall be entitled to fifty cents for issuing writs 
of restitution, and constables to one dollar for executing the 
same. 

§ 6. That in all actions of forcible entry and detainer, or 
forcible detainer, when an appeal is taken to the circuit 
court by the defendant, the justice of the peace or the clerk 
of the circuit court with whom the appeal bond is filed, shall 
require such defendant to file with such appeal bond the affi- 
davit of such defendant, together with the affidavit of one 
freeholder of the precinct or district in which such action 
was brought, setting forth the monthly and yearly value of 
the rent of the premises in controversy; and said justice of 
the peace or clerk shall require the appeal bond, so filed, to 



BEVISED STATUTES. 109 

be of double the amount of the rent appearing by such affi- 
davits lo be due from the commencement of said action till 
the next term of the circuit court to which such appeal is 
taken, estimating the value of such rent by the affidavits 
aforesaid ; and at the next or any succeeding term of such 
circuit court the judge thereof may, if said action is contin- 
ued, require a new bond to be given by the defendant to Newtona. 
further secure the rent. 

§ 7. In all cases where a lease or contract is existing be- Term of lease 
tween the landlord and tenant, where all its covenants are 
fulfilled, the said lease or contract shall be deemed sufficient 
notice of its termination for the time for which it was made, 
and no other notice is necessary. 

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

§9. All other acts conflicting with this shall be null and Acts re P aal « d - 
void from the passage of this act. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to amend chapter XLVII of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Guar- In force Feb. 16, 
dians and Wards." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That guardi- 
ans shall have power to invest the money of their wards in c ^ 1 e g[ ; }[£ d £ iay 
United States bonds or other United States interest bearing 
securities. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



r AN ACT to amend chanter L of the Revised Statutes of 1845. in force Feb. 16, 

~- A 1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, [That] con- 
servators, guardians or committees of any non-resident in- c ^ay e gueanQ in- 
sane, idiot, lunatic, or distracted person, appointed in any cover, 
of the United States, in pursuance of the laws of any such 
state, may commence and prosecute in his or their name as 
such conservator, guardian, or committee, suits for the re- 
covery of any real or personal property, or any interest 
therein in this state, belonging to any such insane, idiot, lu- 
natic, or distracted person, or for any injury to any such 
property in any of the courts of record in this state, having 
jurisdiction of similar cases by persons in their own rights. 



110 REVISED STATUTES. 

How may seii § 2. It shall be lawful for any such conservator, guardi- 
?eai estate!^ er an, or committee, of any non-resident insane, lunatic, or dis- 
tracted person, who shall have obtained or shall hereafter 
obtain an order from any court of record having jurisdiction 
over such matters in any of the United States, in which said 
guardian, committee, or conservator shall have been or shall 
hereafter be appointed, for the sale of any real estate or per- 
sonal property, or any interest therein belonging to such 
insane, idiot, lunatic, or distracted person, situated in this 
state, upon filing a certified copy of such order for record in 
the office of the clerk of the circuit court of any county in 
this state, in which such property shall be situated, by peti- 
tion to the circuit court of such county, to obtain an order 
from said circuit court, authorizing said conservator, guardi- 
an, or committee, to sell and transfer any such property or 
interest therein, belonging to any such idiot, lunatic, insane, 
or distracted person, and to make deeds and conveyances 
therefor ; which deeds and conveyances, executed and ac- 
knowledged in pursuance of the laws of this state, or of the 
state in which said guardian, committee, or conservator shall 
have been or shall be appointed, shall be effectual in law 
and equity, to pass to the grantee or grantees therein, all the 
right, title and interest of such insane, idiot, lunatic, or dis- 

Notice of peti- tracted person therein. Notice of the time and place of 
presenting said petition to said circuit court shall be given by 
publication in the nearest newspaper for three successive 
weeks, the first of which publication shall be at least thirty 
days before the time fixed for the presentation of said peti- 
tion, requesting all persons interested to show cause why the 
prayer of said petition should not be granted. The said cir- 
cuit court may, in its discretion, require such conservator, 

Bona of conser- guardian, or committee, to file a bond, with sufficient sure- 

vator " ties, conditioned for the faithful application of the money 

which may be received for any such property, for the bene- 
fit and to the use of such idiot, lunatic, insane, or distracted 
person. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to amend chapter LX of the Revised Statutes of 1845, entitled 
1865 - "Landlords and Tenants." 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That in all 

Landlord's lien, cases of the demise of lands or premises, whether the rent 

be payable wholly or in part in money, in specific articles 



REVISED STATUTES — TOWNS AND CITIES. Ill 

of property, in any part of the products of the demised 
premises, or in labor, to be done and performed on the 
premises demised, the landlord shall have a lien upon the 
crops growing or grown upon the demised premises, in any 
year, for rent that shall accrue for such year, for the faithful 
performance of the terms of the lease under which the 
demised premises are held, and for the amount or value of 
the specific articles of property, or labor to be done and 
performed, and for the damage sustained in consequence of 
the non-performance thereof, to be determined by the court 
before whom proceedings to enforce such lien are had. 

§ 2. That in all cases when the demised premises shall sub-iesseeiiabke. 
be sub-let the landlord shall have the same right to enforce 
his lien against the sub-lessee that he has against the tenant 
to whom the premises were demised ; and all the provisions 
of this act and of the act to which this is an amendment 
shall extend to and be applicable to the sub-lessee. 

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

Approved February 16, 1S65. 



AN ACT to amend chapter XCIII of tne Revised Statutes, In force Feb. 16, 

1S65. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That section 
eleven, (11,) of chapter ninety-three, (93,) of the Revised December for 
Statutes, entitled "Public Roads," be amended, by striking 
out the word " March " and inserting in lieu thereof the 
word " December." 

§ 2. That section thirty-five, (35,) of chapter ninety- 
three, (93,) of the Revised Statutes, entitled "Public Roads," 
be amended, by striking out the word. " March " and insert- 
ing in lieu thereof the word " December." 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN* ACT to extend the jurisdiction of towns and cities on any river within i n f orce Feb. 15 
or on the borders of this state, for the purpose of police regula- 18C5. 



tions 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That cities Jurisdiction 
and towns on anv river within or on the borders of this rivers ' 



112 ikiHuvi^a. 

state, shall have the right to extend and enforce their ordi- 
nances so as to include any boat or other floating structure, 
which shall be kept within two miles of the city or town 
limits, as a place for drinking spirituous liquors, or for 
gaming, or for the purpose of prostitution : Provided, no 
authority shall be given by this law, beyond what the law 
now authorizes, to interfere with any steamer or other boat, 
the usual business of which is the carrying of freight or 
passengers. 

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

Approved February 15, 1865. 



in force Peb. 1G, A.X ACT to amend the school law. 

1865. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That section 

Election of the one (1) of the act entitled "An act to establish and maintain 

superintendent v ' , -, , . ,, n „ . nn-t • 

by the people, a system oi free schools, approved lebruary 22, 1861, is 
hereby amended so as to read as follows, viz : That at the 
election to be held on Tuesday after the first Monday of 
November, a. r>. 1866, and quadrennially thereafter, there 
shall be elected, by the legal voters of this state, a state 
superintendent of public instruction, who shall hold his 
office for four years, ana until his successor is duly elected 
and qualified. 
county seperm- s 2. Section eleven (11) of the act is hereby amended 

tendent election ° \ / _ _ - »J „ 

so as to read as follows, viz : On the luesday next after the 
first Monday in November next, and on the Tuesday next 
after the first Monday in November, every four (4) years 
hereafter, there shall be elected, by the qualified voters of 
very county in this state, a county superintendent of 
schools, who shall perform the duties required by law. He 
shall, before entering upon his duties, take an oath for the 
Bond. faithful discharge of the same, and execute a bond, payable 

to' the state of Illinois, with two or more responsible free- 
holders as security, to be approved by the county court, or 
board of supervisors, in penalty of not less than twelve 
thousand dollars, to be increased at the discretion of said 
court or board of supervisors, conditioned that he will faith- 
fully perform all the duties of his office, according to the 
laws which are or may be in force: by which bond the 
obligors shall be bound jointly and severally, and upon 
which an action, or actions, may be maintained by the board 
of trustees of the proper township, for the benefit of any 
township or fund injured by any breach thereof; and joint 
action may be had for two or more funds. The words 
" county superintendent " shall be substituted for " scho'ol 
commissioner," wherever the latter occur in the act of which 



SCHOOLS. 



11? 



I i .-, n - 



this act is amendatory. The said county superintendents 
of schools shall be successors to the school commissioners, 
as heretofore known and designated in the act to which this 
act is amendatory, and all other acts where the term "school 
commissioner'' is used; and all rights of property, and 
rights and causes of action, existing or vested in school 
commissioners, for the use of the inhabitants of the county, 
or any township thereof, or any part of them, shall vest in 
the county superintendents of schools, as successors, in as 
full and complete a manner as was vested in the school 
commissioners. 

§ 3. Section fifteen (15) of the act shall be amended so Bond ot t 
as to read as follows, viz : "Whenever the bond of the town- s p 
ship treasurer, approved byjhe board of trustees of schools, 
as required by law, shall be delivered to the county superin- 
tendent, he shall carefully examine the same, and if the 
inurnment is found to be in all respects according to law, 
and the securities good and sufficient, he shall indorse his 
approval thereon, and file the same with the papers of his 
office ; but if said bond is in any respect defective, he shall 
return it for correction. When the bond shall have been 
duly received and filed, the superintendent shall, on demand, 
deliver to said township treasurer, all moneys, bonds, mort- 
gages, notes and securities, and all papers of every descrip- 
tion, belonging to said township; and the said township 
treasurer shall receipt for the same, which receipt shall be 
carefully filed and preserved by the county superintendent, 
and shall be evidence of the facts therein stated. 

§ 4 % Section sixteen (16) of the act shall be amended so Distribution o* 
as to read as follows, viz : Upon the receipt of the amount 
due upon the auditor's warrant, the county superintendent 
shall apportion one-third of said amount to the several 
townships and parts of townships in his county, in propor- 
tion to the number of acres therein, and the remaining two- 
thirds to the several townships and fractional townships in 
his county, according to the number of white children, under 
twenty-one years of age returned to him, in which townships 
or parts of townships schools have been kept in accordance 
with the provisions of the act, and with the instructions of 
the state and county superintendents, and shall pay over the 
distributive share belonging to each township and fractional 
township, to the respective township treasurers, or other 
authorized persons, annually; and when there is a county 
fund in the hands of any county superintendent, he shall 
loan the same, at any rate of interest not less than six per Fuuds i oa aed. 
cent, nor more than ten per cent., said rate to be fixed by the 
county court or board of supervisors, and apportion the 
interest as provided in this section : Provided, that no part Proviso. 
of the state, county, other school fund, shall be paid to any 
township treasurer, or other person, authorized by caid 
treasurer, unless said township treasurer has file 1 his bond 



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SCHOOLS. 



as required by the fifty-fifth section of the act, nor, in case 
said treasurer is re-appointed by the trustees, unless he shall 
have renewed his bond, and filed the same, as aforesaid. 

"uperinten^eu^ § 5- Section seventeen (17) of the act is hereby amended, 
so as to read as follows, viz : On or before the second Mon- 
day of November before each regular session of the general 
assembly, or annually, if so required by the state superin- 
tendent, the county superintendent shall communicate to 
said state superintendent, all such information and statistics 
upon the subject of schools in his county as the said state 
superintendent is bound to embody in his report to the 
governor, and such other information as the state superin- 
tendent shall require ; and no county from which such report 
is not received in the manner and within the time required 
by law, shall be entitled to any part of the state school fund 
for the year next succeeding that in which no report was 
made ; and the county superintendent so failing or refusing 
to report, shall be liable to removal by the county court or 

Proviso. board of supervisors, for such neglect of duty : Provided^ 

that the state superintendent may remit the forfeiture of 
funds prescribed in this section, for satisfactory cause. 

^HntenTnt 7 § 6 - Section twenty (20) of the act is hereby amended 

to visit schools, so as to read as follows, viz : It shall be the duty of the 
county superintendent to visit every school in his county at 
least once each year, and oftener if practicable, and to note 
the methods of instruction, the branches taught, the text- 
books used, and the discipline, government and general 
condition of the schools. He shall give such directions in 
the science, art, and methods of teaching as he may deem 
expedient and necessary, and shall be the official adviser 
and constant assistant of the school officers and teachers of 
his county, and shall faithfully carry out the advice and 
instructions of the state superintendent. He shall encour- 
age the formation and assist in the management of county 
teachers' institutes, and labor in every practicable way to 
elevate the standard of teaching and improve the condition 
of the common schools of his county. In all controversies 
ari&ing under the school law, the opinion and pclvice of the 
county 'ou porintendent shall first be sough*" ^nence appeal 
may be taken to the state superintend . Jt) upon a written 
statement of facts, certified by the cc .nty superintendent. 

Tsusteea elective § 7. Section twenty-three (23) of the act is hereby 
amended so as to read as follows, viz : Each congressional 
township is hereby established a township for school purpo- 
ses. The business of the township shall be done by three 
trustees, to be elected by the legal voters of the township, 
who, upon their election as hereinafter provided, shall be a 
body politic and corporate, by the name and style of " true- 
tees of schools of township range ," according 

Powers. to the number. The said corporation shall have perpetual 

existence, shall b we power to sue and be sued, to plead and 



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115 



be impleaded, in all courts and places where judicial pro- 
ceedings are had. Said trustees shall continue in office 
three (3) years, and until others are elected and enter upon 
the duties of their office. At the first regular election of 
trustees, after the passage of this act, three trustees shall be 
elected, who shall, at their first meeting, which shall be 
within ten days after said election, draw lots for their 
respective terms of office, for one, two, and three years, and 
thereafter one trustee shall be elected annually. If but two 
of the trustees elect shall be present at the first meeting as 
aforesaid, they shall draw lots as aforesaid, and the lot not Term of office. 
drawn shall determine and fix the term of office of the 
remaining trustee : 

Provided, that in all counties under township organization, an election of Proviso, 
school trustees shall be held as aforesaid, at the first regular town meeting 
after the passage of this act, and all subsequent elections of trustees in coun- 
ties under township organization shall be held on the day of the regular an- 
nual town meetings, and shall be conducted in the same manner as the elec- 
tion of other town officers.* 

§ 8. Section twenty-five (25) of the act is hereby Election or vi 
amended by the substitution of the word "annually" for the can °y- 
word "biennially" in the second line thereof, and by the 
addition to said section of the following, viz : And, provi- 
ded, also, that it the township treasurer shall fail or refuse 
to give notice of the regular election of trustees, as afore- 
said ; and if, in case of a vacancy, the remaining trustee, 
or trustees, shall fail or refuse to order an election to fill 
such vacancy , as required in section twenty-nine of the act, 
then, and in each case, it shall be the duty of the county 
superintendent to order an election of trustees, or to fill 
vacancies, as aforesaid; and all elections so ordered and held 
shall be valid to all intents and purposes whatever. 

§ 9. Section thirty-two (32,) of the act shall be amended semi -annual 
so as to read as follows, viz : It shall be the duty of the meetings - 
'< board of trustees to hold regular semi-annual meetings on 
the first Mondays of April and October, and special meet- 
ings may be held at such other times as they may think 
proper. Special meetings of the board may be called by 
the president, or any two members thereof, and at all meet- 

• ings, two members of the board shall be a quorum for busi- 
ness. The board shall organize by appointing one of their 

, number president, and some person, who shall not be a 
I director or trustee, treasurer, who shall be, ex officio, clerk 

• of the board. The president shall hold his office for one Term of office, 
year, and the treasurer for two years, and until their succes- 
sors are appointed ; but either of said officers may be re- 
moved by the board for good cause. It shall be the duty of 

the president to preside at the meetings of the board ; and 

*Notb. — The journals show that the Senate amended this law by striking out all of sec- 
tion T, "commencing at the word Pkovided," and that the House concurred in the amend- 
ment by a vote of 66 to 1 ; but the clause so stricken out was retained in the enrolled law, 
through inadvertence of the clerks. See certificate at end of volume. 

S. TXNDALE, Sec'y State. 



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SCHOOLS. 



it shall be the duty of the clerk to be present at all meetings 
of the board, and to record in a book to be provided for the 
purpose, all their official proceedings, which shall be a pub- 
lic record, open to the inspection of any person interested 
therein ; and all of said proceedings, when recorded, shall 
be signed by the president and clerk. If the president or 
clerk shall be absent, or refuse to perform any of the duties 
of his office at any meeting of the board, a president or 
clerk, pro tempore, may be appointed. 

school districts. § 10. Section thirty-three (33,) of the act is hereby 
amended so as to read as follows, viz : Trustees of schools 
shall lay off the township into one or more districts to suit 
the wishes and convenience of a majority of the inhabitants 
of their township, and shall prepare, or cause to be pre- 
pared, a map of their township, as often as may be necessary, 
on which map shall be designated district or districts, to be 

styled, " District No , in township l^o ," which 

districts they may alter or change at any regular session ; 
which map shall be certified by the president and clerk of 
the board, and filed with and recorded by the county clerk, 
in a book to be kept for that purpose, to be paid for out of 

Fractional towns the county treasury : Provided, that school districts may be 
formed out of parts of two or more townships or fractional 
townships ; in which case the trustees of schools of the town- 
ships interested shall concur in the formation of such dis- 
tricts. When a new district is formed from one or more 
districts, the trustees of the township or townships concern- 
ed shall make division of any tax funds, or other funds 
which are, or may be in the hands of the township treasurer 
or treasurers, in proportion to the amount of taxes collected 
from the property remaining in each district ; and all school 
property belonging to the district or districts out of which 
the new district is formed shall be appraised in a just and 
equitable manner, and the estimated value shall be distri- 
buted by the trustees among the districts concerned, in pro- 
portion to the amount of taxable property remaining in 
each, and the town treasurer or treasurers shall forthwith 
place the sums so distributed to the credit of the respective 

Proviso. districts, subject to the order of the directors thereof: Pro- 

vided, that the funds on hand shall be divided at the time 
such new district is formed, and that all funds payable, but 
not yet received by the treasurer or treasurers, shall be divi- 
ded as soon as received, and that the school property shall be 
appraised and apportioned, as aforesaid, within three months 
from the formation of such new district. And when any 
two or more districts shall be consolidated into one, the new 
district shall own all the corporate property and funds of the 
several districts. 

§ 11. Section thirty-four (34) of the act shall be amended 
■so as to read as follows, viz : At the regular semi-annual 
meetings on the first Mondays of April and October, the 



SCHOOLS. 117 

trustees shall ascertain the amount of state, county and ^tnbntion of 
township funds on hand and subject to distribution, and 
shall apportion the same as follows : First, two per cent, to 
the township treasurer. Second, whatever may be due for 
the books of the treasurer, and such sum as may be deemed 
reasonable for dividing school lands, making plats, etc. 
Third, of the remainder, one-half shall be divided among the 
districts in proportion to the number of children under twen- 
ty-one years of age in each, and the other half in proportion 
to the attendance certified in the schedules. The funds thus 
apportioned shall be placed on the books of the treasurer to 
the credit of the respective districts, and the same shall be 
paid out by the treasurer on the legal orders of the directors 
of the proper districts. 

§ 1-. Section thirty-five (35) of the act is hereby amend- Transfer of P a- 
ed so as to read as follows, viz : Pupils shall not be trans- pils ' 
ferred from one district to another without the written con- 
sent of a majority of the directors of both districts ; which 
written permits shall be delivered to and filed by the proper 
township treasurer, and shall be evidence of such consent. 
A separate schedule shall be kept for each district, and in each schedules, 
schedule shall be certified the proper amount due the teach- 
er from that district, computed upon the basis of the total 
number of days' attendance of all the schedules. If the dis- 
tricts from which the pupils are transferred are in the same 
township as the district in which the school is taught, the 
directors of said district shall deliver the separate schedules 
to their township treasurer, who shall credit the district in 
which the school was taught, and charge the other districts, 
with the respective amounts certified in said separate sched- 
ules to be due. If pupils are transferred from a district of 
another township, the schedule for that district shall be de- 
livered to the directors thereof, who shall immediately draw 
an order on their treasurer, in favor of the teacher, for the 
amount certified to be due in said separate schedules. A 
majority of the directors of each of two or more districts union districts, 
may consolidate said districts and appoint three directors for 
the union district so formed, who shall be styled, "Directors 
of Union District No. . ., Township No. . . ; " who shall have 
all the powers conferred by law upon other school directors. 
The proceedings of the act of consolidation shall be signed 
by a majority of each of the concurring boards of directors 
and delivered to the trustees of the proper township, and 
shall be evidence of such consolidation ; and upon receiving 
a copy of said proceedings, it shall be the duty of the trus- 
tees to change the map of the township in accordance there- 
with, and file the same with the clerk of the county court. 
The separate boards of directors shall then be dissolved and 
the union directors shall draw lots for their respective terms 
of office and be thereafter elected as provided in the forty- 
' second section of the act. 



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Elections 
ordered. 



Special tax. 



forfeiture of g 13 Section thirty-six (36) of the act is hereby amend- 
ed by the addition of the following provision, viz : " And 
any township from which such report is not received in the 
manner and time required by law, shall forfeit its portion of 
the public funds for the next ensuing year : Provided, that 
upon the recommendation of the county superintendent, or 
for good and sufficient reasons, the state superintendent may 
remit such forfeiture." 

§ 14. Section thirty-nine (39) of the act is hereby amend- 
ed by striking out all of said section, after the words "and to 
their successors in office," being the whole of the last period 
of said section. 

§ 15. Section forty-two (42) of the act is hereby amend- 
ed by the addition of the following, viz : Should the direc- 
tors fail or refuse to order any regular or special election, as 
aforesaid, it shall be the duty of the township treasurer to 
order such election, and if he fails to do so, then it shall be 
the duty of the county superintendent to order such election 
of directors, within ten days, in each case, of such failure or 
refusal, and the election held in pursuance of such order 
shall be valid, the same as if ordered by the directors. 

§ 16. Section forty-four of the act shall be amended so 
as to read as follows, viz : The directors of each district 
shall ascertain, as nearly as practicable, annually, how much 
money must be raised by special tax for school purposes 
during the ensuing year. They shall then find what rate 
per cent, this amount will require to be levied upon the tax- 
able property, real and personal, of the district, which rate, 
with a list of the resident tax-payers, alphabetically ar- 
ranged, shall be certified and returned to the township 
treasurer, on or before the first Monday of September, an- 
nually. The certificate of the directors may be in the fol- 
lowing form, viz : 

Form of certifi- We hereby certify that we require the rate of .... to be levied as a special 
cate. tax, for school purposes, on the taxable property of our district, for the year 

18. . Given under our hands this .... day of . . . ., 18. . 

-A-. ■*».,) Directors district No. .., township 
C. D.,> No .., range No. .., county of 

]£_ pi , and state of Illinois. 

• '" 

It shall be the duty of the township treasurer to return 
said certificates and lists of tax-payers, to the clerk of the 
county court, on or before the second Monday of Septem- 
ber ; and whenever the boundaries of the districts of the 
township shall have been changed, the township treasurer 
shall return to the clerk of the county court, with the certi- 
ficates and lists aforesaid, a map of the township, showing 
such changes, and certified as required in the thirty-third 
(33d) section of the act. When a district lies in two or more 
counties, the directors shall determine and certify the rates 
to be levied on the taxable property lying in each county, 
and return the same, with separate lists of resident tax-pay- 



SCHOOLS. 119 

ers, to the township treasurer, who shall return them to the 
respective county clerks, as hereinbefore provided. 

§ 17. Section (17) is hereby amended so as to read as 
follows, viz : 

For the purpose of building school houses, or purchasing school houses— 

t i •. <• • • ji • ii a1 site— building- 

SChool sites, or for repairing and improving the same, the repairs. 

directors, by a vote of the people, may borrow money, 
issuing bonds, executed by the officers, or at least two mem- 
bers of the board, in sums of not less than one hundred 
dollars ; but the rate of interest shall not exceed ten per 
cent. ; nor shall the sum borrowed in any one year exceed 
five per cent, of the taxable property of the district ; nor 
shall the tax levied, in any one year, for building school 
houses, exceed three per cent. 

§ 18. Section forty-eight (18) of the act is hereby 
amended so as to read as follows, viz : The directors of 
each district are hereby declared a body politic and corpo- 
rate, by the name of "school directors of district No , 

township No , county of , and state of Illi- 
nois," and by that name may sue and be sued in all courts 
and places whatever. Two directors shall be a quorum rowers of direc- 
for business. The directors shall be liable, as directors, for 
the balance due teachers, and for all debts legally con- 
tracted. They shall establish and keep in operation, lor at 
least six months in each year, and longer if practicable, a 
sufficient number of free schools for the proper accommoda- 
tion of all the children in the district over the age of six and 
under twenty-one years. They may adopt and enforce all 
necessary rules and regulations for the management and 
government of the schools, and shall visit and inspect the 
same as often as practicable. They shall appoint all teach- Teachers, a P - 
ers, fix the amount of their salaries, and may dismiss them a°y° dismissal " 
for incompetency, cruelty, negligence or immorality. They 
may direct what branches of study shall be taught, and what 
text-books shall be used in their respective schools, and 
may suspend or expel pupils for disobedient, refractory, or 
incorrigibly bad conduct, It shall not be lawful for a board 
of directors to purchase or locate a school house site ; or to sue-how select- 
purchase, build, or move a school house; or to levy a tax ed " 
to extend schools beyond six months, without a vote of the 
people, at an election called and conducted as required in 
the forty-second section of the act, A majority of the votes 
cast shall be necessary to authorize the directors to act : 
Provided, that if no one locality shall receive a majority of 
all the votes cast at such election, the directors may, if in 
their judgment the public interests require it, proceed to 
select a suitable school house site, and the site so chosen by 
them shall, in such case, be legal and valid, the same as if 
it had been determined by the majority of the votes cast. 
§ 19. Section fifty (50) of the act is hereby amended so 
' as to read as follows, viz : No teacher shall be authorized 



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teachers 



Qualification of |- teach a common school under the provisions of this act. 
who is not of good moral character, and qualified to teach 
orthography, reading in English, penmanship, arithmetic, 
English grammar, modern geography, and the history of the 
United States. It shall be the duty of the comity superin- 
tendent to grant certificates to such teachers as may, upon 
due examination by himself or a board of examiners by him 
appointed, be found to possess the necessary qualifications. 
Said certificates shall be of two grades ; those of the first 
grade shall be valid for two years ; those of the second grade 
for one year. The county superintendent may, at his option, 
renew said certificates, at their expiration, by his indorse- 
ment thereon, and may revoke the same, at any time, for 
immorality, incompetency, or other just cause. Said certi- 
ficates may be in the following form, viz : 

Illinois, 18 . . 

County. 

The undersigned having examined in orthography, reading in En- 
glish, penmanship, arithmetic, English grammar, modern geography, and the 
History of the United States, and being satisfied that .... is of good moral 
character, hereby certifies that .... qualifications in the above branches are 
such as to entitle .... to this certificate, being of the .... grade, and valid 
in said county for .... year from the date hereof — renewable at the option of 
the county superintendent by his indorsement thereon. Given under my 
hand and seal, at the date aforesaid. 

A. B., Comity Superintendent of Schools. 

Each county superintendent shall also keep a record, in 
a' book provided for that purpose, of all teachers to whom he 
grants certificates. Said record shall show the date and 
grade of each certificate granted, and the name, age, and 
nativity of each teacher, and shall give the names, &c. of 
male and female teachers separately. Said record may be 
as follows, viz : 



Certific.'e to 
teachers. 



Recorrl of teach- 
ers. 



Name. 


Age. 
25 


Nativit)-. 


Date. 


Grade. 


Remarks. 


Charles Thompson. 


Illinois. 


March 1, 1864. 


1 


Has taught 5 years. 



A copv or transcript of said record shall be transmitted 

bv the county superintendent, with his regular report to the 

stat« certificates state superintendent. The state superintendent of public 

instruction is hereby authorized to grant state certificates 

to such teachers as may be found worthy to receive them, 

which shall be of perpetual validity in every county and 

school district in the state. But state certificates shall only 

be granted upon public competitive examination, of which 

due' notice shall be given, in such branches and upon such 

terms and by such examiners as the state superintendent and 

the principal of the normal university may prescribe. The 

Fee for certifi- fee for a state certificate shall be five dollars. Said certifi- 

eate " cates may be revoked by the state superintendent upon proof 



SCHOOLS. 121 

of immoral or unprofessional conduct. Every school estab- 
lished under the provisions of this act, shall be for the pur- 
pose of instruction in the various branches of an English 
education, and no school funds shall be appropriated under 
this act, for any other class or description of schools : Pro- Proviso. 
vided, that nothing herein contained shall prevent the teach- 
ing, in common schools, of other and higher branches than 
those enumerated in this section. 

§ 20. Section fifty-one (51) of the act is hereby amended 
so as to read as follows, viz : It shall be the duty of county 
superintendents to hold meetings, at least quarterly, and 
oftener, if necessary, for the examination of teachers, on Examination of 
such days and at such places in their respective counties as teri°y. eis quar * 
will, in their opinion, accommodate the greatest number of 
persons desiring such examination. Notice of such meetings 
shall be published, a sufficient length of time, in at least one 
newspaper of general circulation ', the expense of such pub- 
lication to be paid out of the school fund. County superin- 
tendents shall, in no case, exact or receive any fee for certifi- 
cates. 

§ 21. Section fifty-four (54) of the act is hereb} r amended 
so as to read as follows, viz : School directors shall certify 
no schedule that reaches back to a time more than six months 
from the time fixed by law for the regular return of 
schedules to the township treasurer. Schedules made and 
certified, as aforesaid, shall, at least two days before the 
first Monday in April and October, be delivered by the 
directors to the township treasurer. The director, or direc- 
tors, to whom the schedule is delivered by the teacher, shall 
receipt for the same; which receipt shall be evidence in 
favor of the teacher, and against the director or directors ; 
and the directors shall be personally liable for any loss sus- 
tained by the teacher through their failure to deliver the 
schedule to the township treasurer within the time fixed by 
law. Teachers' schedules are hereby declared payable on Teachers' sched- 
the first Mondays in April and October of each year ; and 
for any portion of the amount certified in said schedules, by 
the directors, to be due, and remaining unpaid, after said 
first Mondays in April and October, respectively, teachers 
shall be entitled to interest at the rate of ten (10) per cent, 
per annum, until " paid ; and it is hereby made the duty of ^uetnYunpaid 
all school directors, trustees, and township treasurers, to 
allow and pay said rate of interest upon all unpaid balances 
due teachers, as aforesaid, and said balances shall be paid 
out of the first moneys coming into the hands of the town- 
ship treasurer, to the credit of the proper district, and not 
otherwise previously and specifically appropriated. 

§ 22. The first fifteen lines of section fifty-seven (57) ©f Fands-tobeioan- 
the act, being the first four (4) periods of the same, are 
hereby amended so as to read as follows, viz.: Township 
treasurers shall loan, upon the following conditions, all 
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122 SCHOOLS. 

moneys which shall come to their hands by virtue of their 
office, except such as may be subject to distribution. The 
rate of interest shall not be less than six per cent., nor more 
than ten per cent, per annum, payable half-yearly in advance ; 
the rate of interest to be determined by a majority of the 
township trustees, at any regular or special meeting of their 
board. No loans shall be made for less than six months, or 
more than five years. For all sums not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars, loaned for not more than one year, two respon- 
sible securities shall be given ; for all sums over one hundred 
dollars, and for all loans for more than one year, security 
shall be given by mortgage on real estate, unincumbered, in 
value double the amount loaned, with a condition, that in 
case additional security shall, at any time, be required, the 
same shall be given to the satisfaction of the board of trus- 

proviso. tees for the time being : Provided, that nothing herein shall 

prevent the loaning of township funds to boards of school 
directors, taking bonds therefor, as provided in section forty- 
seven of the act : And, provided, further, that all loans of 
school money, made by township treasurers and school offi- 
cers, during the past two years, in accordance with the in- 
structions of the state superintendent are hereby declared 
lawful, as if made under the provisions of this section, as 
amended. 

Treasurers' set- § 23. Section sixty-three (63) of the act is hereby amended 
by the addition thereto of the following, viz : The township 
treasurer shall also, on the first Mondays of April and Octo- 
ber, of every year, make a full settlement with the respective 
boards of directors in his township, and shall deliver to the 
clerk of each of said boards, on demand, a statement, or ex- 
hibit, showing the exact condition of the account of each dis- 
trict, and the amount of funds of every description in his 
hands to the credit of and belonging to each district respec- 
tively, and subject to the order of the directors thereof. 

Fundtobeioan'd § 24. Section sixty-six (66) of the act is hereby amended 
so as to read as follows, viz : All bonds, notes, mortgages, 
moneys and effects, which have heretofore accrued or may 
hereafter accrue from the sale of the sixteenth section or of 
the common school lands of any township or county, or from 
the sale of any real estate or other property taken on any 
judgment, or for any debt due to the principal of any town- 
ship or county fund ; and all other funds of every description, 
which have been or may hereafter be carried to and made 
part of the principal of any township or county fund, by any 
law which has heretofore been, is now or may hereafter be 
enacted, are hereby declared to be and shall forever consti- 
tute the principal of the township or county fund, respec- 
tively, and no part thereof shall ever be distributed or ex- 
pended for any purpose whatever, but shall be loaned out, 

interest distrib- and held to use, rent or profit, as provided by law. But 
utedi the interest, rents, issues and profits arising and accruing 



SCHOOLS. 123 

from the principal of said township or county fund shall be 
distributed, in the manner and at the times as provided in 
this act and the act of which this is amendatory ; nor shall 
any part of such interest, rents, issues and profits, be carried 
to the principal of the respective funds. 

§ 25. Section sixty-seven (67) of the act is hereby Funds: how paid 
amended so as to read as follows, viz : School funds collected 
from special taxes, levied by orders of school directors, or 
from the sale of property belonging to any district, shall be 
paid out on the order of the proper board of directors ; and 
all other moneys and school funds, liable to distribution, paid 
into the township treasury, or coming into the hands of the 
township treasurer, shall, after said funds have been appor- 
tioned by the township trustees, as required in section thirty- 
four of the act of which this act is amendatory, be paid out 
only on the order of the proper board of directors, signed 
by the president and clerk of said board, or by a majority 
thereof. For all payments made receipts shall be taken and 
filed. In all such orders shall be stated the purpose for 
which, or on what account drawn. Said orders may be in 
the following form, viz : 

The treasurer of township No , range No , in county, will Form of order. 

pay to , or bearer, . . ... dollars and .... cents, (on his contract 

for repairing school house, or whatever the purpose may be.) 

By order of the board of directors of district No , in said townsbip. 

A B, Resident. 

C D, Clerk. 

Which order, together with the receipt of the person to 
whom paid, shall be filed in the office of the township treas- 
urer. 

§ 26. Section seventy-one (71) of the act is hereby collectors' fee. 
amended so as to read as follows, viz : Collectors of the two 
mill tax, authorized under section sixty-eight (68) of the act 
of which this act is amendatory, shall be entitled to only 
two per cent, on the amount collected by them. County Fee for sales, 
superintendents shall be allowed to retain, out of the town- 
ship funds of the township for which the services may be 
rendered, three per cent, upon the amount of sales of school 
lands, and upon the real estate taken for debt, for their ser- 
vices in making such sales, including such other services, 
connected therewith, as are required by the provisions of 
this act and the act of which this act is amendatory ; and F t e j^ or distribu - 
two per cent, they may retain upon the amount of all sums 
distributed, paid or loaned out by them for the support of 
schools. And for their services as county superintendents Fee ^service, 
of schools, including the duties enjoined by the sixth section 
of this act, they shall be entitled to receive three dollars 
per day for any number of days not exceeding two hundred 
in any one year ; which account shall be certined and sworn 
to by the county superintendent, and shall be paid, semi- 
annually, from the county treasury. County courts and 



treasurer. 



124 SCHOOLS. 

boards of supervisors are also authorized to make additional 
appropriations to county superintendents for their services, 
if deemed proper, and also for the maintenance and encour- 
agement of county teachers' institutes, for the improvement 
and benefit of the teachers of common schools in their re- 
spective counties. 

Fee of town § 27. Section seventy-two (72) of the act is hereby 
amended so as to read as follows, viz : Township treasurers 
shall be allowed to retain two per cent, upon all sums paid 
out or loaned by them, including moneys raised by virtue 
of any district tax. County treasurers shall not be entitled 
to any commissions upon school taxes collected and paid 
over to them by county or township collectors, any law of 
this state to the contrary notwithstanding. Boards of town- 
ship trustees shall, and it is hereby made their duty to make 
a reasonable allowance, annually, to said treasurers, for their 
services performed as clerks of said boards, to be paid out of 
the township funds. County superintendents, trustees of 
schools, school directors, and all other school officers shall be 
exempted from working on the roads, and military duty. 

Fines distributed § 28. The last sixteen lines of section eighty-two (82) of 
the act, commencing with the words, "and all other lines," 
etc., are hereby amended so as to read as follows, viz : And 
all other fines, penalties and forfeitures imposed or incurred 
in any of the courts of record, or before any of the justices 
of the peace of this state, except fines, forfeitures and penal- 
ties incurred or imposed in incorporated towns or cities, for 
the violation of the by-laws or ordinances thereof, shall, when 
collected, be paid to the school superintendent of the county 
wherein such fines, forfeitures and penalties have been im- 
posed or incurred, who shall give his receipt therefor ; and 
the same shall be distributed by said superintendent, annu- 
ally, in the same manner as the common school funds of the 
state are distributed ; and it shall be the duty of the state's 
attorneys of the several judicial circuits to enforce the col- 
lection of all fines, forfeitures and penalties imposed or in- 
curred in the courts of record in their several circuits, and 
to pay the same over to the school superintendents of the 
counties wherein the same have been imposed or incurred, 
retaining therefrom the fees and commissions allowed them 
by law ; and it shall be the duty of the said justices of the 
peace to enforce the collection of all fines imposed by them, 
by any lawful means ; and, when collected, the same shall 
be paid, by the officer charged with the collection thereof, to 
the school superintendent of the county in which the same 
was imposed. Clerks of said courts of record, and justices 

Fines to be re- of the peace, shall report, under oath, to the school super- 
intendent of their respective counties, by the first of March, 
annually, the amount of such fines, penalties and forfeitures 
imposed or incurred in their respective courts, and the 
amount of such fines, forfeitures and penalties collected by 



ported. 



SCHOOLS. 125 

them, giving each item separately, and the officer charged 
with the collection thereof; and said clerks and justices of 
the peace, for a failure to make such report, shall be liable to 
a fine of twenty -five dollars for each offence, to be recovered 
in a civil action at the suit of the school superintendent of 
the proper county. For a failure to pay any such fines, for- 
feitures, or penalties, on demand, to the person who is by 
law authorized to receive the same, the officer having collect- 
ed the same, or having the same in his possession, shall for- 
feit and pay double tiie amount of such fine, penalty or Failure to pay 
forfeiture as aforesaid, to be recovered before any court fines - 
having jurisdiction thereof, in a qui tarn action, one-half to 
be paid to the informer and one-half to the school fund of 
the proper county. 

§ 29. All acts and parts of acts coming in conflict with 
the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. This act 
shall take effect and be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to repeal so much of the school law as exempts school officers from in force Feb. 16, 
serving on juries in courts of record. 1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That so much 
of section seventy-two of an act entitled "An act to establish Acts repealed. 
and maintain a system of free schools," approved February 
16, 1857, as exempts school officers from serving on juries 
in courts of record, in this state, is hereb} 7- repealed. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



AN ACT to amend the school law. In force Feb. 16, 

1865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That sec- 
tion ten, (10,) of the act entitled "An act to establish and salary of state 
maintain a system of free schools," approved February 22, supen 
1861, be and the same is hereby amended, so as to read as 
follows, viz : Section 10. And the said state superintend- 
ent shall receive, annually, the sum of twenty-five hundred 
dollars, to be paid cpiarterly, as a salary for the services re- 
quired under the provisions of this act or any other law that 



126 SHEEP — STATE MILITARY AGENTS. 

may be passed, and also for all necessary contingent ex- 
penses, for books, postage and stationery, pertaining to his 
office ; to be audited and paid by the state as the salaries and 
contingent expenses of other officers are paid. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 1C, AN ACT to punish persons for bringing diseased sbeep into the state, and 
1865 - for suffering diseased sheep to run at large. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That any 
person or persons who shall, hereafter, knowingly and will- 
fully bring or cause to be brought into this state, any sheep 
infected with contagious disease, or who shall, knowingly 
and willfully, suffer or permit sheep infected with contagious 

indictment and disease to run at large, shall be liable to indictment, and, 
upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in any sum not ex- 
ceeding one hundred dollars. 

§ 2. If any person shall suffer to run at large, or keep 
in any place where other creatures can have access to, and 
become infected, any sheep that is known to the owner, or 
person having the care and possession, to be affected with 

damages. any contagious disease, shall be liable to pay all damage 

that may result from such running at large of such diseased 
sheep, to be recovered before any justice of the peace of 
the proper county, if the damage claimed does not exceed 
one hundred dollars ; and in the circuit court of the proper 
county, if the damage claimed exceed one hundred dollars. 
§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT to authorize the gorernor to appoint military state agents. 
1865. b 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
Governor to ap- governor of this state, by and with the advice and consent 
of the senate, be and is hereby authorized to appoint any 
number of agents, not exceeding six, who shall be the mili- 
tary agents of the state of Illinois ; and they shall be sta- 
tioned at such places, within the rebellious states or else- 



STATUTE LAWS. 127 

where, as, in their opinion, will best promote the interests 
of the volunteer forces in the United States army from this 
state. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of the governor, by proper Duties or agents, 
orders issued by him, from time to time, to prescribe the 
duties of said agents ; and he is hereby authorized to adopt 
such rules and regulations, with reference to them, and 
their services in aid of the forces from this state in the 
United States army, as he may deem best calculated to pro- 
mote the welfare of the volunteers from Illinois, now or 
hereafter to be in the United States service ; and for any 
omission of duty, misconduct in office, or neglect, the gov- 
ernor may recall and dismiss said agents, whenever he may 
deem it to the public interest so to do. 

§ 3. Said agents, when so appointed, shall be commis- A H^ e s d commis - 
sioned by the governor, which commission shall be during 
his pleasure ; and he may, in his discretion, require of each 
of them bond and security for the faithful performance of 
their duties, and of all trusts committed to them by the 
soldiers of this state, in such sums as he may deem best 
calculated to promote and secure their efficiency. 

§ -i. Said agents, when appointed, shall at once enter Monthly reports. 
upon their duty, and shall report, monthly, all their official 
action to the office of the adjutant general of this state ; and 
they shall receive for their services, in full thereof, the sum 
of twelve hundred dollars per annum, and no more — the salary of agent, 
same to be paid monthly, as it becomes due. 

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

Approved February 16, 1S65. 



AN ACT to perfect the statute laws of this state. in force F c v>. « 

1S65. 

Section 1. Be it enacted oy the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the jus- 
tices of the supreme court are authorized and requested to supreme judce^ 
report to each general assembly such amendments of the me'nt 1 s °to 1^ 
statute laws of this state as may seem to them necessary, 
with .bills for such amendments, for the adoption or rejection 
of the general assembly. 

§ 2. Said justices may employ clerks to aid in the pur- special salary, 
pose aforesaid, under the direction of said justices; and for 
such special service, and for such clerk hire, the said jus- 
tices shall each be paid, annually, the sum of sixteen hun- 
dred dollars, payable quarter-yearly. 

§ 3. The auditor shall issue his warrant upon the treas- 
urer to each of said justices, upon each regular quarter-day, 
as fixed for the payment of the salary of said justices, for 



128 TELEGRAPH — TIME AND INTEREST. 

the amount duo as the compensation provided in this act for 

the special service and clerk hire authorized by the first 

Docket fee in su- geetion hereof. And all laws and parts of laws providing 

peaiel ° u L for the payment of any docket fee upon suits brought into 

the supreme court are hereby repealed. 

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

Approved February S, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN" ACT to regulate the transmission of communications by telegraph. 
i865. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the JPeop'e of the St (te of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall 
C used' S in na: tei be ^ e lawful to send, in cipher, or with a concealed meaning, 
grams. by telegraph, any communication which does not relate to 

military affairs, or to rebellion against the government of 
this state or of the United States, any other law or part of 
law to the contrary notwithstanding. 
Limit or use. § 2. The privileges of this act shall not extend to any 

person while such person is under any charge of complicity 
with such rebellion, duly preferred by the civil or the mili- 
tary authorities of the state or the national government. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Apr. IT, AN ACT to define more accurately the method of computing time and 
1S65. interest or discounts for days and months. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That in all 
rime, how com- computations of time, and of interest and discounts, a month 
shall be considered to mean a calendar month, and a year 
. shall consist of twelve calendar months; and in computa- 
tions of interest or discounts for any number of days less 
than a month, a day shall be considered a thirtieth part of a 
month, and interests or discounts shall be computed for such 
fractional parts of a month upon the ratio which such num- 
ber of days shall bear to thirty. 

§ 2. Section three of an act entitled "An act to provide 
for uniformity in calculating days of grace, maturity of bills, 
etc., and declaratory of the law in relation thereto," and all 



TREES, FRUIT, ETC. 129 

laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith, are hereby re- 
pealed. 

Approved February 16, 1S65. 



AN ACT for the protection of fruit, fruit and ornamental trees, shrubbery, In force Feb. 15, 
and vegetable products. 1866 - 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That if any 
person or persons, in this state, shall, willfully, maliciously, Fine and punish- 
and without lawful authority, cut down, root up, sever, in- in^trees. 
jure, peel or destroy any fruit or ornamental tree, cultivated 
root or plant, fruit, or other vegetable production, grape, 
strawberry or cranberry vines, currant, gooseberry, rasp- 
berry or cultivated blackberry bushes, standing or growing 
on or being attached to the land of another, or shall, will- 
fully, and without lawful authority, cut down, root up, de- 
stroy or injure any ruit or other ornamental tree or 
shrubbery, planted or growing on any street, lane or alley 
or public grounds, in any city, borough or incorporated 
town in said state, every such person, so offending, shall be 
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction thereof, 
shall be punished by fine not more than five hundred dol- 
lars, or by imprisonment in the jail of the county not ex- 
ceeding three months, or both, at the discretion of the court, 
and shall, moreover, be liable, in double the amount of Damages, 
damages, to the party injured. 

This law to take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved February 15, 1S65. 



AN ACT for the protection of growing fruit. In force April 17 



1SC5. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That if any 
person or persons shall, hereafter, enter the inclosure of any indictment, fine, 

.,i,i -.. n i -i > i imprisonment. 

person, without leave or license ot such owner, and pick, 
destroy or carry away any part or portion of the fruit of any 
apple, pear, peach, plum, or other fruit tree or bush, such 
person or persons shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, 
and, upon conviction thereof, may be fined in any sum not 
less than ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars, and may 
be imprisoned'in the county jail for any period of time, not 
exceeding twenty days. The penalties incurred by a viola- 



130 TAXES, ETC. — VACATION OF STREETS, ETC. 

tion of this act may be enforced by indictment in any court 
having jurisdiction of misdemeanors, in the county where 
the offence is committed, or the fine may be recovered in 
an action of debt before any justice of the peace of such 
county. 

Approved February 16, 1865. 



In force Jan. 16, AN ACT to make United States legal tender notes and postage currency re- 
1865 - ceivable for taxes and for redemption from tax sales. 

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That from and 

Treasury notes after the passage of this act, it shall be the duty of collectors 

cun-enoy w?ii of state, county, city, town and school taxes, and of all taxes 

pay taxes. levied by any law of this state, to receive, at par, United 

States legal tender treasury notes and postage currency, 

when the same are tendered, for all taxes which are now 

due for the year 1S64, and until otherwise provided by law ; 

the said postage currency being not receivable in greater 

sums than live dollars. 

wm redeem § 2. That all real estate heretofore sold or hereafter to 

from tax sales. « m 

be sold tor such taxes may be redeemed, m the maimer now 
provided by law, with said treasury notes and postage cur- 
rency. 

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

Approved January 16, 1865. 



In force Feb. 16, AN ACT in relation to the vacation of streets, squares, lanes, alleys and 
1865< highways. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That when 
Lane or alley any street, square, lane, alley, highway, or part thereof, 
fn» ioY° adjoin " shall have been or may hereafter be vacated, under or by 
virtue of any act or acts of this state, the lot or tract imme- 
diately adjoining shall extend to the central line of any such 
street, square, lane, alley, highway, or part thereof, so vaca- 
ted, unless otherwise specially provided in the act vacating 
Aiiey: how vaca- the same : Provided, that the common council of any city 
in this state shall not have power to vacate or order closed 
any street or alley, or portion of the same, unless such vaca- 
tion shall be ordered upon the vote of at least three-fourths 
of all the aldermen of said city authorized by law to be 



VENUE. 131 

elected ; such vote to be taken by ayes and noes, and en- 
tered on the records of the common council. 
p § 2. This act shall be in force and take effect from and 
after its passage. 

Approved February 16, 1S65. 



AN ACT to authorize the change of venue in certain cases. In force Feb. 16, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That when 
any suit, either at law or in equity, is pending in any circuit when testimony 
court, and the testimony of the judge thereof shall be mate- teviai. 
rial to either of the parties to such suit, it shall be lawful for 
the said judge, either in term time or in vacation, upon 
petition, setting forth the above fact, verified by the affidavit 
of the party presenting the same, to cause the said suit and 
all the papers relating thereto, with a transcript of the 
record thereof, if necessary, to be transmitted to some 
convenient circuit court of a circuit adjoining thereto, 
as in case of change of venue ; and such court, to which 
said suit shall be transferred, shall have the same power 
over the said suit and the proceedings therein as if such suit 
had been originally instituted in such court : Provided, that proviso. 
in cases of change of venue from the circuit court of Cook change from the 
county, under this law, the same shall be taken to the supe- t c gup Ci cour t urt 
rior court of Chicago ; and from the superior court of Chi- From sup. court. 
cago changes of venue, under this law, shall be taken to the 
circuit court of Cook county. 

§ 2. That after such suit and proceedings are transferred Deposition 6i 
as aforesaid, either party, who shall desire to use the testi- judse " 
mony of such judge on the trial of the same, may proceed 
to fake the deposition of said judge in the same manner as 
is now provided by law in case of other witnesses ; and that 
the provisions of this act shall apply to all cases now pend- 
ing in any circuit court, as well as to those hereafter com- 
menced. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



132 WAR FUND, ETC. 

In f01 ?sfir 6b ' 16 ' A ^ A ^ to autnor ' ze ^ ie payment of accounts against the war fund, barred 

by the limitation as to time of presentation. 

Preamble. Whereas, by virtue of the provisions contained in section 

five of the act, approved May 2d, 1861, entitled " An act 
creating a war fund, and to provide for auditing all ac- 
counts and disbursements arising under the call for vol- 
unteers," all claims and accounts accruing against the 
state for war expenses or disbursements, specified in said 
act, not presented for adjustment within three months 
from the accruing of the same, or be considered as donated 
to the state and not thereafter be allowed ; And whereas, 
many meritorious claims for services performed and arti- 
cles furnished have been excluded from payment, justly 
due, in consequence of ignorance of the aforesaid provi- 
sion of said act, and in consequence of the inability of the 
parties to whom the same were due to present the same 
to the board of commissioners at Springfield, owing to ab- 
sence in the army and elsewhere ; and whereas, the board 
of commissioners, appointed by virtue of said act, have 
examined and certified the correctness of all such claims 
presented to them as appeared to them meritorious, but 
which were excluded from being paid by said provision of 
the act aforesaid ; therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the audi- 
Accounts certi- tor of public accounts be and he is hereby directed to issue 
epal ' his warrants on the treasurer of the state of Illinois in pay- 
ment of all such accounts, so certified by said commission- 
ers, the same being first approved by the governor, in the 
manner provided by said act of May 2d, 1861. 

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

Approved February 16, 1865. 



War fund trans 
ferred to reve 



In f ° r i865 6b ' 1S ' AN ACT for the transfer of the war fuIld t0 tbe revenue fund. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the war 
fund, now in the treasury, be transferred, on the warrant of 
nuejund. the auditor, to the revenue fund, and that all receipts of war 

fund hereafter be credited to the revenue fund, 
war warrants- § 2. That all outstanding war fund warrants, when paid, 
be so paid from the revenue fund ; and all auditor's war- 
rants hereafter drawn for the payment of claims against the 
war fund be drawn against the revenue fund. 

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

Approved February 13, 1865. 



WATCHMEN FOE PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 133 

AX ACT providing for the appointment of watchmen for the public buildings In force Feb 9, 
in the city of Springfield, and for the payment of the same. 8 '* 5, 

Section 1. Be it enacted ly the People of the State of 
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the 
secretary of state and state treasurer are hereby authorized watehmen a P - 
and required to employ watchmen, whose duty it shall be to p01nted 
guard and carefully preserve from fire the public buildings 
in the city of Springfield. 

§ 2. That such watchmen shall be subject to such rules 
and regulations as may be prescribed by the secretary and 
treasurer, .and may be discharged at their pleasure. 

§ 3. That such watchmen shall receive such compensa- payofwatchm'n. 
tion as shall be agreed upon by the secretary and treasurer, 
who shall certify the time of service and rate of compensa- 
tion ; and upon presentation of such certificates to the audi- 
tor of public accounts, he is directed to issue his warrants 
upon the treasury for the amounts so certified, and the trea- 
surer is directed to pay such warrants out of any money in 
the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

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

Apfkoved February 9, 1865. 






JOINT RESOLUTIONS 



Resolved, by the House of Representatives, the Senate con- 
curring herein : 
Action of Gov. First. That the action of his excellency, Richard Yates, 

Yates approv'd. . . . . •{ '. „ . ' 

m appointing an agent to prosecute the claim of the state 
for the recovery of the two per cent, road fund, meets the 
entire approbation of this assembly. 

Second. Resolved, That we regard the right of the state 
to said fund as legal and just, and that we most respectfully 
ciaim to two per but earnestly urge upon the executive department, at Wash- 
cent. fund. ington, to direct the payment of the same ; that to withhold 
it longer would be, in the opinion of this general assembly, 
an act of gross wrong to the people of Illinois, and subver- 
sive to her well established right to said fund. 

Third. Resolved, The Hon. Isaac 1ST. Morris, agent for 
the state, be requested, as he is hereby authorized and em- 
Agsnt to contin- powered, to continue his labors in her behalf in the matter 
ne efforts. f obtaining said two per cent, fund, and that he be fully 
authorized and empowered to do and perform, in behalf of 
the state, any and every act necessary to be done and per- 
formed for the recovery and receipt of said fund. 

Fourth. Resolved, That the agent of the state be directed, 
in behalf of the state, to lay an authenticated copy of the 
copies to depart- foregoing resolutions before the executive department at 
Washington, and ask its early attention thereto and consid- 
eration therein. 

Approved January 20, 1665. 



Resolved, by the Senate, the House of Representatives con- 
curring herein, That the governor be, and he is hereby re- 
spectfully requested to purchase from Alexander Starne, 
c?ana t i°b'ds C whh state trustee, with the Illinois Central railroad fund, the Illi- 
111. c. r. fund. no j g anc [ Michigan canal bonds, received by said trustee in 
redemption of the property purchased by said trustee at a 
sale made by the master in chancery of Sangamon county, 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 135 

upon a judgment in favor of the state of Illinois and against 
Joel A. Matteson and others ; said bonds to be so purchased 
at the par value thereof without interest. 
Approved January iO, 1S65. 



agent to receive 
money from U. 



Resolved, by the Senate, the House of Representatives con- 
curring herein, That, the governor be, and he is hereby re- 
spectfully requested to immediately appoint some suitable G ov. to appoint 
agent, whose duty it shall be to proceed, without delay, to 
the city of Washington, for the purpose of procuring and states. 
paying into the state treasury all moneys due from the gen- 
eral government to the state of Illinois, in organizing, arm- 
ing and equipping, clothing, subsisting and transporting 
United States troops. 

Approved Februarv 4, IS 65. 



"Whereas, the congress of the United States has proposed Preamble. 
to the several states the following amendment to the 
federal constitution, viz : 



a 



ARTICLE XIII. 



" § 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except 
as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have 
been duly convicted shall exist within the United States, 
or any place subject to their jurisdiction. 

" § 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article 
by appropriate legislation ;" therefore, 

Be it resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives, Illinois ratifies 

/ • nn ■ i ji . , f tit • i •> i • l amendment to 

concurring herein, lliat the state ot Illinois, by its legisla- constitution of 
ture, hereby ratifies and assents to said amendment. 
Approved February 1, 1865. 



Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives, 
representing the People of the General Assemly, That the 
deepest sympathy of the whole people of Illinois are with Illinois remem- 
the families and friends of the brave and gallant field and \%\^ x soldier 
staff officers, and with those of the numerous line officers, 
and the host of non-commissioned officers and privates, who 



136 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 

have gloriously fallen on the battle-field, during the progress 
T nob l ie 6 dead ^ °^ ^ ie P resen t war in defence of their imperiled country 
and its free institutions ; and we hereby tender to them, one 
and all, the assurance that their noble dead are not and 
shall not be forgotten ; that we shall ever tenderly cherish 
their memories and be proud of their noble deeds, whilst 
we deeply and sincerely condole with those who mourn for 
the loved and lost. 

Resolved, That our soldiers in the field, who so nobly 
responded to their country's call, in the hour of her peril, 
Gratitude to the are entitled to the undivided gratitude of the state. Living, 
soldiers in the tne y gjjgji k n0 w a nation's gratitude ; wounded, a nation's 
care, and, dying, they shall forever live in the memory 
F Trish d hall ot> e °^ ever .y tme patriot; their widows and children become 
jacts. the cherished objects of the nation's guardianship and 

watchful care ; while posterity shall delight to erect monu- 
ments to perpetuate the remembrance of their name < and 
virtues, 
copies to be sent Resolved, That the secretary of state transmit to the ofii- 
Midiersf t0 the cers commanding regiments or other organizations from 
this state, now in the service of the country, copies of the 
foregoing resolutions, with a request that they be read to 
their respective commands ; and all newspapers in this state 
are requested to insert the same in two numbers of their 
papers. 

Approved February 9, 1865. 



preamble. Whereas, under the present call for 300,000 men, the state 
of Illinois is called on for 32,892 men ; and whereas, in 
the distribution of quotas by counties and sub-districts 
great injustice is done the people of the state ; therefore, 
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate 
concurring herein, That we earnestly request our governor 
Quota of imnois. to interfere in behalf of her citizens, and protect them from 

the unequal distribution in the assignment of quotas. 
Desire to post- Resolved, That it is the sense of this general assembly 
pone draft. ^^ ^ Q draft be postponed, for the purpose of correcting 
enrollment lists throughout the state, that justice may be 
done and good feeling established among all her people. 

Resolved, That, while we pledge ourselves and our pro- 
perty in support of the government, to put down the rebel- 
lion, we are not willing to submit to injustice, and we 
hereby earnestly request the president to cause the provost 
New basis desi- marshal general to establish a new and just basis, from 
which to assign quotas under the present call. 

Resolved, That we condemn the practice of allowing men 
enrolled in one district to enlist and be credited to another, 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS, 



137 



as, by so doing, the wealthy districts are enabled to draw 
from the rural districts by the offer of large bounties all the 
able-bodied men, thus leaving them without men to fill their 
heavy quotas under the draft. 

Itesolved, That a copv of these resolutions be forwarded, copies to be sent 
immediately, by the secretary of state to the president of 
the United States and to provost marshal general Fry, that 
they may at once be made acquainted with our earnest 
prayers for justice and the right. 



Department of State, Springfield, Illinois, 
March 17, 1865. 
I, Sharon Tyndale, Secretary of State, of the State of Illinois, do hereby 
certify that the foregoing printed laws are true and perfect copies of the 
enrolled laws on file in this office, with the exception of the words printed in 
brackets thus, [ ]. And I further certify that the enrolled law entitled "An act 
to amend the School Law," is not in accordance with the law as finally passed, 
as is proven by the journals of both the Senate and the Hou>e of Representa- 
tives, wherein it is distinctly shown that the said act finally passed without 
the proviso in the seventh section. 

In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my hand, the day and year aforesaid. 
SHARON TYNDALE, Secretary of State. 



-13 



INDEX TO PUBLIC LAWS. 



A.. PAGE. 

■ Acknowledgment of deeds. See Deeds. 

Adjutant general, appointment of 1 

books for office, how provided 2 

clerks of, how appointed, and salary 2 

messengers of 8 

office of, when discontinued 3 

" seal of 3 

rank and term of office 1 

report, annual, to Governor 2 

salary 2,9 

stationery, &C, for office — 8 

to appoint assistants 2 

to be chief of staff 1 

to issue license to substitute bro- 
kers 63 

to issue all military orders 1 

to preserve military correspondence 1 
Adjutant general, assistant, appointment 

of 2 

duty and salary 2,9 

when to act as principal 2 

Adjusters of Public Printing 97 

Agents, military. See Governor. 
Agricultural reports. See Reports. 
Alleys and Streets. See Streets and Alleys. 
i Alton Bank. See Appropriations. 
I Alvey A. 

\ Amendments to the U. S. Constitution. 
See Joint Resolutions p. 135. 

Appeals, appeal bonds 3 

appellant, judgment against on fail- 
ure to prosecute 4 

to supreme court 3 

Apples. See Fruit. 
I Appropriations: 

adjutant general for clerk hire 8 

" " " messengers 8 

" " salary 9 

" " stationery and postage 8,10 

adjutant general, assistant, salary ... 9 

Alton Bank 11 

Alvey A 9 

arsenal state, for repairs 12 

" " officers and men 10 

auditor public accounts : 

clerk hire ' 5, 7 



PAGE. 

Appropriations : 

salary 15 

stationery and postage 5,7 

Bailhache & Baker 10 

Baker & Phillips 10,13 

Bissell, Mrs. Wm, H 19 

Blind Institute 16 

Brooks, John P 9 

cemetery of Stephen A. Douglas ... 18 
" soldiers at Gettysburg . . 91 

Church, Wm. L. and E. C. Carr 12 

clerks of committees 11 

" of fund commissioner 5, 7 

" of House and Senate .. . 11,13,15 

" of library 11 

" enrolling and engrossing .. . 13,15 

" executive department 5,7 

" supreme court, 1st and 2d di- 
vision 9 

clergymen of assembly 10,11 

committees of penitentiary and state 

institutions 8 

committee of industrial college 12 

" rent for rooms.... 12 

Conkling, James C 9 

contingent fund 4,6,8 

Cook, B. C 13 

doorkeepers and assistants 14 

Ellsworth Lewis 10 

executive department 4,7 

" mansion 6,7,8,19 

firemen of assembly 11 

fund commissioner's clerk 5,7 

geological department 7,S 

government, unpaid expenses of ... . 4 

Howlett, John R 13 

Jackson, John 12 

Kuecherer, John 10 

Lewis, Thomas 11 

mail carriers 11 

Martin, Jasper 14 

medical examiners 13 

members and mileage 14 

messengers in public service 5, 8 

Miller, J. C 14 

Morrell, M. E 10 

newspapers for members 10 



II 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

Appropriations : 

pages of both houses and offices. ... 11 

Payne, F. E 10 

policemen 12 

porters 8, 11, 12 

postage of general assembly 19 

postmaster and assistants 13, 15 

quartermaster general's office 6 

Raps, John G 10 33. 

reporters and assistants 13 

Sampson, C 14; Bank, Alton. See Appropriations. 

Sanger, L. P 10; Bank commissioners' office abolished. . . . 

school for idiots 78iBank note plates. See Auditor. 

secretary of governor lljButtle flags and trophies, how preserved. 

See Appropria- 



PAGE 

Auditor public accounts, etc.: 

fee for registering county and city 

bonds 45 

to compute interest on bonds 46 

to sell lands in Woodford county. . . 86 

to make entry of payment on bonds. 47 

warrants of 1863 legalized 6 






senate and assistants. 13,15 
" state 4, 5, 7 

sergeant-at-arms and assistants. 13, 14, 15 

service not provided for 12 

Snow, D. J 14 

soldiers and sailors, sick and wound- 
ed 5,8 

state geologist and printing report. . 7, 8] Blackberries. See Fruit. 

" house 5, 7, 12 j Blind Institute. See Appropriation 

" institutions 16, 17! Board of education. See Education 

" Journal and Register 12 Board of health. See Health. 



Bissell, Mrs. William H 

tions. 
Bills of discovery, plaintiff or defendant 

may not testify 21 

Binding, public, contract for 98 

See Printing and Binding. 
Black laws, repealed 105 



speakers house and senate 

superintendent public instruction.. 
superintendent public instruction, 

clerk hire, etc 

treasurer of state, stationery and 

clerk hire 



14jBoat* and vessels. See Attachments. 
7 Bonds of state. See State Bonds. 

Bonds of collectors 48 

5! county superintendents 112 

military agents 127 

5,7 township treasurers 113 

Webster, Alfred 10 Bonds of counties and cities, debts of. . . 45 

Western Engraving company 12 Bonds, Illinois and Michigan canal. See 

witnesses before committees 11 State Bonds. 

Wood & Dockson 13 : Bonds, Macalister & Stebbins : 



Wright, George F 9 

Yates, Richard, expenses 1 

Arsenal, officers and men of. See Appro- 
priations, 
repairs of. See Appropriations. 
Assessors of Illinois railroad property. . 80, 81! Brokers' license 
Assignment of dower. See Dower. Brooks, John P. 

Association, soldiers' national. See Cem- 
etery. 
Attachments of boats and vessels, when 

writ may issue 104 

Attorneys. See state's attorneys. 
See Fees, 
for corporations of other states. See 

Corporations, 
may direct where publication of sales 

be made 30 

prosecuting, salary of 16 

Auditor public accounts and others to ad- 
just accounts of public printer and 

binder 97, 99 

for clerk hire 5, 7 

to enforce law on Illinois Central 

railroad 82 

furniture and postage for office 5, 7 

to report on contingent fund 6 

salary of 1 

to issue order for bank note plates. . 20 



interest on, barred after July 1, 1865 89 
principal and interest barred after 

January 1, 1S66 89 

treasurer to give notice to holders of 

bonds 90 

See Substitutes. 
See Appropriations. 
Brown county. See courts. 
Bush, ornamental. See Fruit. 



c. 

Cairo, court common pleas 41 

register's office in, abolished 42 

register's office, records of to be evi- 
dence 42 

Canal bonds. See State Bonds. 

Canal bonds. See Joint Resolutions. .. . 134 

Canal, Illinois and Michigan : 

completion of. 83 

lands to be appraised and sold 84 



opening and closing of 

summit division to be finished 

Cassell, Robert T., money refunded to. . . . 
Cemetery. See Fraudulent Mischief. 
Cemetery for soldiers at Gettysburg 

governor to appoint commissioners. . 
Central railroad. See Ills. Central R. R. 



84 



SO 



I2TDEX. 



Ill 



PAGE. 

Chancery, jurisdiction of courts extended 36 

practice in 7th circuit 27 

Chicago, lands ceded to U. S 44 

river, cleansing of. 84 

Children of deceased soldiers. See Home. 
Church, W. L., and E. C. Carr. See Ap- 
propriations. 
Circuit clerk, fees. See Fees. 

process from, how published 30 

publication of sales on execution. . . 30 

when liable to fine 30 

Circuit court, attachments in. See At- 
tachments, 
jurisdiction with towns and cities. . . . 
records of, may be printed. See Re- 
cords. 
Circuit court. See Courts. 
Litv and towns, jurisdiction over livers. 
See River-, 
vacation of lanes in. See Streets 
and Alleys. 

City and county debts, how canceled 45 

Clark county. See courts. 
Clergymen of assembly. See Appropria- 
tions. 
Clerk county court. See Fees. 

duty to insane persons 85 

records may be printed. See Re- 
cords. 
Clerk circuit court. See Circuit Clerk. 
Clerks of committees. See Appropiia- 

tions. 
Clerks of house and assistants. See Ap- 
propriations. 
Clerks of house and senate. See Appro- 
priations. 
Coin. See Specie. 
Collectors' bonds, when to be increased. . 48 

county. See Fees. 
College industrial, committee of. See 

Appropriations. 
Commissioners of banks. See Bank Com- 
missioners. 

to build court house at Cairo 25 

deeds. See Deeds, 
schools. See. County Superintend- 
ent. 
war fund. See War Fund. 
Committees. See Guardians. 
Communications. See Telegraph. 
Conkling, James C. See Appropriations. 
Confession of judgment, DuPage circuit 

court 33 

Congress, laws of. See Laws of Congre.-s. 
Constitution U. S., amendment to. See 
Joint Resolutions. 

Contigent fund 4, G, 8 

iuditor to report on 6 



PAGE 

and 



Contracts, copying laws. 

printing, etc 

Conservators and guardians. See Guar- 
dians. 
Convention, journal of. See Journals. 
Cook, B. C. See Appropriations. 



Corporate companies. See Minins 

TranspoitiDg. 
Corporations of other states may act by 

attorneys in this state 24 

County and city debts, how canceled. ... 45 

tax, how levied, to pay , 46 

tax applied on registered bonds .... 46 
County collectors' fees and commission. . 48 

County superintendent, election of 112 

Counties, Alexander. See courts, 26th 
district. 

Alexander, Cairo records 42 

Brown. See Courts, 5th circuit. 

Champaign. See Courts. 

Clark. See Courts, 4th circuit. 

Coles, attached to 27th district. 

Coles. See Courts. 

Cook. See Courts. 

Cumberland. See Courts, 4th circuit. 

DeKalb. See Courts. 

Douglas; See Courts. 

DuPage, practice iti circuit court of, 
regulated 33 

DuPage, time of holding courts .... 34 

Edgar, attached t-; 27th district. 

Edgar. See Courts. 

Edwards. See Courts, 12th circuit. 

Fayette, attached to 17th district.. . 30 

Fayette. See Courts, " 

Ford. See Courts. 

Franklin. See Courts, 26th district. 

Fulton. See Courts, 5th circuit. 

Grundy. See Courts. 

Hamilton. See Courts, 12th district. 

Jasper, act to extend jurisdiction re- 
pealed 37 

Jefferson. See Courts, 12th district. 

Johnson. See Courts, 26th district. 

Kendall. See Courts. 

Macon. See Courts, 17th district. 

McDonough. See Courts, 5th dist. 

McLean, attached to second division, 
supreme court 25 

Moultrie. See Courts, 17th district. 

Peoria, See Courts, 16th circuit. 

Perry. See Courts, 26th circuit. 

Piatt. See Courts, 17th district. 

Pike, i-ee Courts, 5th circuit. 

Saline. See Courts, 26th district. 

Schuyler. See Courts, 5th circuit. 

Shelby, attached to 17th district ... 30 

Shelby. See Courts, 17th district. 

Vermilion. See Courts. 

Wabash. See Courts, 12th circuit. 

Wayne. See Courts, 12th circuit. 

White. See Courts, 12th circuit. 

Will. See Courts. 

Williamson. See Courts, 26th cir- 
97j cuit. 

93 Winnebago. See Courts. 

may oiler bounty for horse-thieves. . 106 

Alexander county 31 

Courts, Aurora and Elgin, teini of 39 

" " chancery term 39 



IV 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

Brown county 27 

Cairo common pleas 41 

Champaign county 32 

Chicago superior court. Sec Venue. 

Clark county 26 

Coles county 32 

Cook circuit court. See Venue. 

" " fees of judges. . 37 
chancery. See Chancery. 

Cumberland county 26 

DeKalb . . .' 29 

Douglas 32 

DuPage 33, 3-1 

Edgar 32 

Edwards 28 

Fayette 30 

Ford 32 

Franklin 31 

Fulton 27 

Grundy 34 

Hamilton ' 28 

Jasper 3'i 

Jefferson 28 

Johnson 31 

Kendall 35 

LaSalle, jurisdiction extended 37 

Macon 30 

McDonough - 27 

McLean 25,26 

Moultrie 30 

Peoria 29 

Ferry 31 

Piatt 30 

Pike 27 

Saline 31 

Schuyler , 27 

Shelby 30 

supreme. See Supreme Court. 

Vermilion 32 

Wabash 28 

Warne 28 

White 28 

Will 34 

Williamson 31 

Winnebago , . 35 

Courts, 4th circuit 26 

5th circuit 27 

7th " 27 

9th " , 34 

12th ' ; 28 

16th " 29 

17th " 30 

26th " 31 

27th " 32 

28th " , 33, 34 

Cranberries. See Fruit. 

Criminal Jurisprudence : 

disturbing graves 105 

horse thieves 106 

reward for 106 

Currants. See Fruit. 

Currency, postage. See Taxe3. 



D. 

PAGE. 

Damage done by railroads. See Rail- 
roads. 

Deaf and dumb. See State Institutions. 
" See Appropriations. 

Debts, county and city, bonds may be 
< canceled, and new bonds issued. ... 45 

Deeds, commissioners of, how appointed. 23 

Do Kalb county. See Courts. 

Depositions. See Black Laws. 

Digest of Illinois Reports. See Reports. 

Directors of schools. See School Direc- 
tors. 

Discount. See Interest. 

Discovery, bills of, act amended 21 

Distracted persons. See Guardians. 

District schools. See Schools. 

Disease. See Health. 

Disease. See Sheep. 

Docket for La Salle county 38 

Doorkeeper and assistants. See Appro- 
priations. 

Douglas, Mrs. A., for lands 19 

Douglas, Stephen A., cemetery of 18 

Dower, mav be assigned on one or more 

tracts 48,107 

wife may release, if husband be luna- 
tic 49 

Draft for soldiers. See Joint Resolutions 136 

Drainage of wet lands, how drained. . . .50, 51 
damages, how assessed and paid — . 52 

Du Page county. See Courts. 

E. 

Education, board of, benefit of 53 

claims, how allowed and paid 53 

Education of idiots and feeble minded 

persons 78 

Edwards county. See Courts 12th cir- 
cuit. 

Elections. See Registry Law. 

Electing Superintendent Public Instruc- 
tion.. 112 

Electing superintendent of county 112 

Ellsworth, Lewis. See Appropriations. 

Engraving company, Western. See Ap- 
propriations. 

Engrossing and enrolling clerks. See Ap- 
propriations. 

Estate, real. See Taxes. 

Evidence. See Black Laws. 

Examiners, medical. See Appropriations. 

Executions, publication of sale under, 

how made 30 

Executive department, clerk in 4, 5, 7 

contingent expenses 5 

postage, etc 4 

Executive mansion, fuel and light for. ... 4, 6 

gardener of 4 

furniture to be sold and new 
bought 6, 7, 8, 19 

Experimental school. See Education. 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

Fees, attorneys 40 

auditors 45 

clerk circuit court 66 67 

clerk county court 67 

collectors. 69, 12: 

county treasurers 68, 124 

county superintendents schools 12^ 

jury 40 

recorders 67 

secretary of state 65 

sheriffs and collectors 69 

state's attorneys 65 

township treasurer 124 

Field notes. See Maps. 

Fireman of assembly. See Appropria- 
tions. 

Forcible entry and detainer: 

appeals, how allowed 108 

bond of defendant. 109 

fees of officers 108 

jury, either party may demand 107 

justice may determine 107 

notice, form and proof of 107, 108 

Fractional townships. See Schools. 

Franklin county. See Courts 26th cir- 
cuit 

Fraudulent mischief, how punished 105 

Fruit, fine for taking without leave 129 

fine ai d punishment for injuring 

trees 129 

indictment and damages 129 

Fund commissioner's clerk. See Appro- 
priations. 
Illinois Central railroad, used to buy 
canal bonds. See Joint Resolu- 
tions 134 

school. See School Fund. 

Fund, two per cent. See Joint Resolu- 
tions 134 

war, claims asrainst, how paid 132 

Furniture for auditor's office 5 

executive mansion 6, 7, 8, 19 

secretary of state 4 

state house 5 

treasurer's office 5 

a. 

Game, counties to which law does not 

apply 74 

preservation of 73 

possession of prima facie evidence. . 74 

trespassers liable to fine 73 

express company excepted 74 

Gardner of executive mansion 4, 7 

Gettysburg, soldiers' cemetery. See Cem- 
etery. 

Geologist, state, for rent of office 7 

for printing report 8 

Gold, appropriated to pay interest on 

state bonds 22 

per oiem and mileage of members to 

be paid in 14 



PAGE. 

Governor to appoint adjutant general. ... 1 
agents to receive war 

funds 135 

to appoint agents military 126 

commissioners of Home. 77 
to purchase cemetery land of Mrs. A. 

Douglass 18 

to purchase canal bonds 134 

clerks of 7 

salary 15 

Gooseberries. See Fruit. 

Grain and other produce, transportation 

of. 75 

Grapes. See Fruit. 

Grave, persons disturbing. See Fraudu- 
lent Mischief, 

Guardian, bond of no 

may invest funds of ward in United 

States bonds 109 

may sue for property of 109 

real estate of ward may be sold. ... 110 

petition to sell lands and notice 110 

Guardian and conservators of insane per- 
sons 49, 50 

Guardian and ward. See Guardian. 

H. 

Hamilton county. See Courts 12th Cir- 
cuit. 
Health, board of, under township organi- 
zation 75 

counties may accept or reject 76 

Home, for children of deceased soldiers 

provided 76 

commissioners of, governor to ap- 
point 77 

location of 77 

salary of officers 77 

trustees to report annually 77 

Horse thieves. See Criminal Jurispru- 
dence. 

counties may give reward for 106 

expenses when offender not found. . . 106 

fund, may be raised by tax 106 

Hospitals. See State Institutions. 

marine, at Chicago, land ceded to 

United States for 90 

Houses, school. See School Houses. 
Howlet, John R. See Appropriations. 
Husband, life of may be insured by wife. 88 
See Wife. 

I. 

Idiots. See Guardian and Conservators. 

See Education. 
Illinois ratifies amendment to United 

States constitution 135 

quota of 136 

Illinois reports, 3d volume, secretary of 

' state to purchase 82 

Index to county records, clerks to keep. . 79 
form of record 79 



VI 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

Index to county records, etc : 

records to be paid for by county. ... 80 
to laws, journals and reports 5, 7 

Illinois and Michigan canal. See Canal. 

Illinois and Michigan canal bonds. See 
State Bonds. 

Illinois Central railroad: 

all property not exempt may be 

taxed 80 

personal property may be sold for 



Judges of supreme court: 

clerks, when appointed by 127 

Jury, grand and petit, Will and Grundy 

counties 34 

petit, for Winnebago county 35 

Kane county 36 

Cairo, common pleas 41 

When to be house-holders 85 

school officers not exempt from serv- 
ing on 125 



land tax ... 81 Justices peace to report fines collected. . 124 

tax purchasers' rights 81 failure to pay over 125 

lands exempt from tax 81 

" soid to be reported to auditor. 81 J£. 

Indictment for selling liquor without 

license 35 1 Kane county. See Courts. 

Industrial college. See Appropriations. i Kendall county. See Courts. 

Ingersoll, E. C, moneys to be refunded Kuecherer John. See Appropriations. 

to . 86 

Insane persons, rights of on trial 85 1 Xj. 



non-resident. See Guardians 

See Guardians and Conservators. 
Insane hospital. See State Institutions. 

See Appropriations. 
Institutions of state. See State Institu- 
tions. 
Instruction, public. See Schools. 
Insurance, life, husbands life may be in- 
sured by wife 

when children to have assets 

policies heretofore issued, valid 

tax on company repealed 

Interest. See State Bonds. 

Interest and discount, how computed.. . . 



J. 



Jackson, John. See Appropriations. 

Jasper county. See Counties. 

Jefferson county. See Courts, 12th cir- 
cuit. 

Johnson county. See Courts, 26th cir- 
cuit. 

Joint Resolutions 

canal bonds, Governor to purchase. 134 
constitution of U. S., abolishing 

slavery 135 

road fund, 2 per cent 134 

quota of Illinois soldiers and draft. . 136 

soldiers, tribute and gratitude to. . . . 136 

war fund, agent to receive moneys. 135 

Journals, convention, to be distributed. . 88 

laws and reports, indexes to 5,7 

Sea Printing and Binding. 

Judges Alton city court, salary 15 

Aurora, common pleas 16 

Cairo, common pleas 15 

circuit court, salary 15 

Elgin court, salary 16 

superior court, Chicago, salary 15 

superior, recorder, salary 15 

Judgment by confession 33 

Judges supreme court, salary of. 15, 127 

to report amendment to laws 127 



Landlord and tenant, lien may be en- 
forced - Ill 

sub lessee liable for rent. Ill 

Lanes and squares. See Streets and Al- 
leys. 

Lands in Chicago ceded to U. S 44 

sold for taxes. ... , 130 

wet. See Drainage. 
Woodford county, 10 be sold bv audi- 
tor ! 86 

88; Larceny. See Criminal Jurisprudence. 

Laws, black, repealed 105 

128 1 congress, to be distributed 87 

contract for copying 97 

journals and reports to be indexed. . 5 
Myers, E. B., to publish on private 

account 100 

printing, time allowed 97 

printing. See Printing and Binding, 
statute of state, supreme judges to 

report amendments 127 

Lewis, Thomas. See Appropriations. 
Library, state, appropriation for books, 

'&c 4,7,87 

books, how and to whom distributed 87 

books, what may be sold 87 

books, new, for , 87 

catalogue of. ■ . 87 

clerk of. See Appropriations, 
librarian to report number of books. 88 
License, marriage. See Marriage License, 
persons selling liquor without, how 

punished 35 

substitute brokers. See Substitute 
brokers. 

Liens, landlords 110 

mechanics, Adams county 91 

Life insurance. See Insurance. 

Live stock, killed or damaged by railroads. 

See Railroads. 
Lumber and saw logs. See Rafts. 
Lunatics. See Guardians and Conserva- 
tors. 



INDEX. 



VII 



PAGE. 

M. 

Mail carriers of assembly. See Appropri- 
ations. 

Malicious mischief. See Fraudulent and 
Malicious. 

Mansion, executive, appropriation for. . > 6 

fuel and lights for 4 

furniture for 6, 7, 8, 19 

gardener for 4, 7 

paintings and engravings IS* 

Maps of U. S. Surveys 10 be deposited 

safely 90 

Marine Hospital. See Hospital. 

Marriage licences 68 

Married women, when to release dower. . 49 

Martin, Jasper. See Appropriations. 

Master in Chancery, LaSalle circuit court. 43 

Maealister & Stebbins' Bonds. See 
Bonds. 

McDonough county. Se Courts. 

McLean county. Se Supreme Court. 

Mechanics' lien. See Liens. 

Medical examiners. See Appropriations. 

Members and Mileage. See Appropria- 
tions. 

Messengers on public service. See Ap- 
propriations. 

Myers, E. B., to publish laws on private 

account 100 

Mileage of members. See Appropriations. 

Military agents appointed by governor. . . 126 

commissioned 127 

duties 127 

reports of 127 

salary ! 27 

Militia, adjutant general, appointment and 

duties 1, 2, 3 

correspondence of, how preserved. . 1 
officers, commissioned, roll and date, 1 

orders, how issued 1 

ordnance, chief of. See Ordnance. 

records, to be filed 3 

trophies, how preserved 2 

volunteers in, roll of 2 

Miller, J. C. See Appropriations. 

Minerals and oil. See Mining and Trans- 
porting. 

Mining and transporting company, act 

amended 23, 24 

Mischief, malicious. See Fraudulent. 

Morrell, M. E. See Appropriations. 

Morris, Isaac N. See Joint Resolutions. 134 

Mortgages, foreclosure of, in chancery. . 36 
balance of debt may be collected on 
execution 36 

Mount Vernon. See Supreme Court. 

Mulattoes and negroes. See Black Laws. 

TST. 

National cemetery at Gettysburg. See 

Cemetery. 
Negroes and raulatoes. See Black Laws. 

—14 



Newspapers for members. See Appro- 
priations. 

Non-resident insane persons. See Guar- 
dians. 

Normal University of State. See Educa- 
tion, 
principal of, to examine teachers. . . 120 
" fee for certificate 120 

o. 

Oil and mineral. See Mining and Trans- 
porting C.nnpany. 

Ordnance, chief of, appointment of 92 

clerks of and their salary 92 

salary 92 

term of office 92 

Ornamental trees. See Fruit. 

Orphans' home. See Home. 

P 

Paper, account, settlement of 98 

fur State printing 98 

Pages, both houses. See Appropriations, 
state house. See .Appropriations, 
secretary of state, tee Appropria- 
tions. 
Patients. See State Institutions. 
Payne, F. E. See Appropriations. 
Peaches. See Fruit. 
Pears. See Fruit. 
Peoria. See Courts, 16th Circuit. 
Perry county. See Courts, 26th Circuit. 
Penitentiary committee, appropriation 

to 8 

Persons, distracted. See Guardians. 
Petition for sale of property of insane per- 
sons. See Guardians. 
Pike county. See Courts, 5th Circuit. 
Plants. See Fruit. 
Plats. See Maps. 

Plates, for bank notes. See Auditor. 
Police regulations. See Rivers. 
Policemen, of session. See Appropria- 
tions. 

Porters of state house 8, 11, 12 

Postage, currency. See Taxes. 

See Appropriations. 
Postmaster and assistants. See Appro- 
priations. 
Practice in chancery. See Chancery Prac- 
tice. 

Practice in Aurora and El^in 38 

Printing and binding, accounts, how ad- 
justed 91 

of laws, journals and reports 93 

contract for, to lowest bidder 94 

when to be made 100 

for less prices 99 

blanks, offices, to print 94 

when may be refused 94 

) contractor to reside in state 39 



VIII 



INDEX. 



Printing and binding, etc. : 

form of laws, etc 96 

number 95 

prices. . < 1 . . 1 . . . . 1 94 

"quire," what constitules a 94 

title page m 96 

type, kind of 96 

work, when to be Completed 97 

Produce, stock and grain, transportation 

of 75 

Publication of sales on executions 30, 32 

when notice void 30, 32 

Public buildings. See Watchmen. 

Public Instruction. See Schools. 

Public Roads. See Roads. 

Public Printer. See Printing and Binding. 

Public service, messengers in, appropria- 
tion for 5 

Q. 

Quartermaster general, appropriation for 

office of 6 

Quincy city, conflicting ordinances re- 
pealed 101 

wharfage, when not to charge 101 

Quota of Illinois. See Joint Resolutions. 136 

:r. 

Rafts, lumber and saw logs, wharfage on, 101 
Railroads, Illinois Central. See Illinois 
Central Railroad, 

companies liable for damage. ...... 103 

damages, how recovered 103 

killing live stock 103 

Raps, John G. See Appropriations. 
Raspberries. See Fruit. 
Real estate. See Taxes. 

Recorder's fees 67 

Recorder's court, LaSalle and Peru 42 

Records of clerks may be printed 93 

Redemption of land sold for taxes. See 

Taxes. 
Register and Journal. See Appropria- 
tions. 

Register's office, Cairo, abolished. . . 1 . . . 42 
Registry law : 

board of registers .;.... 54 

" adjournment not legal 69 

" clerks may be appointed 58 

" clerks' day 58 

double registry, how punished 58 

electors may examine lists 55 

false statements, how punished 57 

list of voters, additions to 56 

" copies of to be made. .. .54, 56 

" corrections of. 56 

" how published 55 

" how corrected 55 

" revision of 55 

oath to be filed 57 

recess not legal 69 

• •'— "fvotor.s 54 



PAGE. 

Registry law : 

residence, time of 58 

soldiers to vote 59 

votes, when rejected 56, 57 

Rent of committee rooms. See Appro- 
priations. 

Reporters and assistants. See Appropria- 
tions. 

Reporter of supreme court to deliver 

copies of, to secretary of state. . . . 102 

Reports, adjutant general to governor. . . 2 

agricultural, distribution of 87 

digest of third volume state to pur- 
chase ... 82 

digest of 31st volume to be distribu- 
ted 104 

digest, price of 103 

geological, printing of 8 

Military agents 127 

See Printinsr and Binding. 

Resolutions. See Joint Resolutions. 

Revenue fund. See War Fund. 

Rivers. See Chicago River. 

jurisdiction of cities and towns Ill 

Roads, public, sec. 11, chap. 93, amended 111 
school officers exempt from working. 124 

Roots and plants. See Fruit. 

s. 

Sailors and soldiers. See Soldiers and 
Sailors. 

Salaries, auditor 15 

t " clerk 4 7 

adjutant general 8 

" " assistant; 9 

" " clerk 8 

attorneys 16 

" state's 15 

clerk fund commissioner 5, 7 

" supreme court, 1st division. . . 9 

2d " 9 

governor 15 

" clerk of 7 

judges, Alton 15 

" Aurora 16 

" Cairo 15 

" Chicaeo 15 

ElginT 16 

" supreme court 15,127 

secretary of state 15 

" " clerk 7 

superintendent public instruction ... 7 

'■ " " clerk 7 

teachers' orphans' home 77 

treasurer of state 15 

" " clerk 5, 7 

Saline county. See Courts, 26th District. 
Sampson, C. See Appropriations. 
Sanger, L. P. " 

Saw logs and lumber. See Rafts. 
School commissioners. See Schools, 
directors. " 

districts. " 

fund. " 



INDEX. 



IX 



PAGE. 

School houses. Sse Schools. 

officers not exempt from serving on 

jury 125 

pupils. See Schools, 
superintendents. " 
tax. " 

teachers. " 

townships* " 

treasurers. " 

trustees. " 

Schools, commissioners of. See County 
Superintendent of Schools. 

directors, election of 118 

" form of certificate for levy 

of tax 118 

" funds, hovv loaned 113 

" may borrow funds for school 

houses 119 

" not exempt from serving on 

jury 125 

" powers of 119 

" pupils, when to be transfer- 
red 117 

" pupils, expulsion of 119 

" schedules, how certified. . . 117 
" settlement with treasurer. . 122 
" when liable for teachers' 

pay 121 

districts to be laid off by trustees. . . 116 

" fractional townships 116 

" union 117 

bond of township treasurer 113 

fund, to be delivered to township 

treasurer 113 

" county fund, apportionment of, 

to towns 118 

" county fund, how loaned 113 

" " " how paid out... 123 

" distribution of 117 

" when forfeited 118 

" township funds to be loaned. 12 1,1 22 

bouses, building and rep.iirs 119 

" site for 119 

pupils, transfer of 117 

" when to be expelled 119 

superintendents of county, election.. 112 
" " bonds of.. 112 

" state, election 112 

teachers, appointment and dismissal. 119 

" certificate 120 

" examination of 121 

" qualifications of 120 

" record of 120 

" schedules of, when paid. ..121 
" " interest on, when 

not paid 121 

townships, fractional 116 

" funds of 113, 118 

" maps of 118 

*' treasurer of, bond 113 

" " fees 124 

» " fund, to be de- 

livered to. 113, 121 
122 



PAGE. 

Schools, township treasurer, fund, how 

distributed 113, 117 

township treasurer, fund, how paid out.123 

" " how loaned 118 

" " to pay teachers. . 117 
" " settlement of ac- 
counts 122 

trustees, election of 114 

" meeting, when held 115 

" powers of 115 

" to apportion funds 116 

" to lay off districts 116 

" townships, fractional 116 

" term of office 115 

Schools, union districts 117 

Schuyler county. See Courts 5th Circuit. 
Secretary of State, accounts of public 

printer, to audit 97 

clerk hire 7 

certificate of, to laws , 97 

contract for copying laws 97 

" " printing and binding. .93, 99 

digest, to purchase 82 

fees 65 

furniture for office 4, 7 

index, 1 o make to laws 5, 7 

to copy for printer 97 

laws, to furnish to CI irk and Cum- 
berland counties 26 

laws, to furnish to counties 5th cir- 
cuit 27 

laws, to furnish to counties 12th cir- 
cuit 29 

laws, to furnish to counties 17th cir- 
cuit 30 

laws, to furnish to counties 26th cir- 
cuit 31 

laws, to furnish to counties 27th cir- 
cuit 32 

laws, to furnish to E. B. Myers 1 00 

" fee bill, to publish 68 

" registry law, to publish 59 

military papers in office 3 

printing, to superintend 97 

salary •••••• 15 

Secretary of senate and assistants. See 

Appropriations. 
Sergeant at arms. See Appropriations. 
Service not provided for. See Appropri- 
ations. 
Servitude, involuntary. See Jpint Reso- 
lutions 135 

Sheep, diseased, penalty for bringing or 

keeping 126 

Sick and wounded soldiers anc} sailors. 

See Appropriations. 
Shivery and involuntary servitude. See 

Joint Resolutions 1^5 

Snow, D. J. See Appropriations. 
Soldiers, cemetery for. See Cemetery. 
" children of. See Home. 
" families. See Joint Resolutions 13,5 
" to vote 59 



INDEX. 



Speakers, house and senate. See Appro- 
priations. 

Specie, appropriated to pay interest 22 

for per diem and mileage of members 14 
Squares and lanes. See Streets and Al- 
leys. 
State attorneys. See Salary. 

" " See Fees. 

State bonds, canal, interest on to be paid. 21 

refunding of 22 

Macalister & Stebbins. See Bonds. 

stock bonds to be issued 22 

sterling interest to be paid 22 

State geologist, report to be printed. ... 7, 8 

State house, fuel and lights for 5, 7 

fence of and repairs 12 

porters of ; 

State institutions, blind. See Appropri- 
ations, 
dumb. See Appropriations, 
insane. See Appropriations. 

" completion of 17 

State Journal and Register. See Appro- 
priations. 
State Library. See Library. 
State Normal School. See Education. 
State Treasurer. See Treasurer of State. 

Stationery, auditor's office 5, 7 

executive dipartnient 4, 7 

legislature 7 

secretary of state 4, 7 

state house 4 7 

treasurer's office 5, 7 

Statutes. See Laws. 

Sterling bonds. See Bonds. 

Stook, damaged. See Railroad. 

Stock and produce, transportation of . . . 75 

Strawberries. See Fruit. 

Streets and alleys, vacation of 130 

when to be added to adjoining lots. . 130 
Substitutes, not allowed to be taken for 

other states 63 

license of brokers and term 63, 64 

u adjutant general to issue. .. . 63 

" broker's bond and oath 64 

report of brokers 64 

Superior court, Chicago 87 

Superintendent schools. See Schools 

Supreme court, decisions of 

clerk hire, 1st division 9 

" " 2d division 9 

McLean county attached to 2d divi- 
sion 25 

place of holding 1st division 25 

salary of judges 15 

sheriff, fees in 72 

suits in, remanded to LaSalle circuit 

court 43 

Surveys. See Maps. 

T. 

Taxes, lands sold for, redeemable in trea- 
sury notes ,..., 130 

special. See Schools. 



PAGE. 

Taxes : 

treasury notes and postal currency 

will pay 130 

Teachers. See Schools. 

Tenant. See Landlord and Tenant. 

Telegraph, communications may be in 

cipher 128 

limit of use 128 

Towns, vacation of alleys, etc., in. See 

Streets and Alleys. 
Town' and cities, jurisdiction over rivers. 

See Rivers. 
Township, fractional. See Schools. 
Township treasurer. See Schools. 

Transporting grain and produce 75 

" " See Mining and Trans- 

portation Company. 

Treasure!', county, fees 68 

town. See Schools. 

Treasurer of state, clerk hire 5, 7 

postage and stationery for office. .... 5, 7 

salary 15 

to pay interest on state bonds 21 

to pay gold on sterling bonds 22 

to give notice to holders of Macalis- 
ter & Stebbins bonds 90 

to settle accounts of printer and 

binder 97,99 

Treasury notes receivable for taxes and 

redemption 130 

Trees, ornamental. See Fruit. 
Troops of United States. See Joint Reso- 
lutions, , , , 135 

Trustees of schools. See Schools. 

u. 

Union district schools. See Schools. 
United States constitution. See Joint 

Resolutions 185 

lands ceded to, for hospital 90 

" " joining custom house 49 

University, State Normal, See Education, 

V. 

Vacation of alleys. See Streets and Al- 
leys. 

Vegetable productions. See Fruit. 

Venue, change of, from circuit court of 

Cook county 181 

change of, to superior court, Chicago 131 
deposition of judge, when witness. . . 131 

Vessels and boats. See Attachments. 

Vines. See Fruit. 

Volunteers of Illinois, welfare of . . . .127, 135 

w. 

"Wabash county. See Courts, 12th Cir- 
cuit. 

Wallahan, George A 87 

Wards. See Guardians. 

War fund, accounts against, how adjusted 

and paid 182 



INDEX. 



XII 



PAGE. 

War fund transferred to revenue fund. . . 132 
Warrants, auditor's, of 1863, legalized. • 6 

Watchmen of public buildings 1 33 

duties and pay 133 

Wayne county. See Courts, 12th Circuit. 
Webster, Alfred. See Appropriations. 
Western Engraving Company. See Ap- 
propriations. 
Wet lands. See Drainage. 
White county. See Courts, 12th Circuit 
Wife of insane husband may release dower 49 

may convey her own lands 49 

interest of, reserved 49 

rights secured , 49 

remedv of 50 



PAGE. 

Wife may insure husband's life 88 

Williamson county. See Courts, 26th 
Circuit. 

Witnesses before committees. See Ap- 
propriations. 

Wood & Dockson. See Appropriations. 

Woodford county, land in, to be sold by 

auditor 86 

Wounded and sick soldiers and sailors, 

appropriation for 6, 8 

Wright, George F. See Appropriations. 

Y. 

Yates, Richard. See Appropriations. 






BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS, 



TO THE 



TWENTY-FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



SPRINGFIELD r 

BAKER & PHILLIPS, PRINTERS. 
1865. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 






AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS. 



Auditor's Office, Illinois, 

Springfield, December 1, 1864. 

To the General Assembly of the State of Illinois : 

I have the honor to submit herewith the following report of the 
business transacted in the office of the Auditor of Public Accounts, 
beginning December 1, 1862, and ending November 30, 1864, con- 
taining : 

1. A statement of receipts and expenditures, showing the amount of 

revenue received, applicable to the payment of the ordinary and 
contingent expenses of the State government, and the amount 
disbursed. 

2. A general statement of warrants drawn on the treasury for all pur- 

poses. 

3. A detailed statement of warrants drawn on the treasury, and to what 

account and appropriation charged. 

4. A statement of the amount of warrants outstanding unredeemed, 

December 1, 1864. 

5. A statement of the redemption money received from minor heirs, 

and due the owners of tax deeds. 

6. A statement of the condition of the school, college and seminary 

funds. 



7. A statement of State bonds redeemed under the Governor's procla- 

mation of September 28, 1863, and paid for with the Central Rail- 
road fund. 

8. A statement of State indebtedness purchased by the Governor with 

the Central Railroad fund. 

9. A statement of State indebtedness paid at par, with the Central 

Railroad fund, under the provisions of the act of the Legislature, 
approved February 22, 1861, canceled and deposited in this office. 

10. A statement of the accounts of the State Treasurer with the several 

State funds. 
11 and 12. Statements of real and personal property assessed and taxed 

for the years 1862 and 1863. 
13 and 14. Statement of the taxes charged in the several counties, 

amounts collected, &c, for the years 1862 and 1863. 
15 and 16. Statement of the school tax fund for the years 1862 and 

1863. 
17. A statement of the dividends of the school tax and interest funds 

for the years 1862 and 1863. 
18 to 23 inclusive. The several statements and tables exhibiting the 

condition and affairs of the banks of the State organized under the 

provisions of the general banking law. 

JESSE E. DUBOIS, 

Auditor P. A. 



No. 1. 



Statement of Receipts and Expenditures from the 1st day of Decern, 
ber, 1862, to the 30th day of JVovember, 1864, inclusive. 



RECEIPTS. 



Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, on real and personal property 

assessed in the year 1861 and prior years, for revenue purposes 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors on real and personal property 

assessed in the year 1862, for revenue purposes 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors on real and personal property 

assessed in the year 1863, for revenue purposes 

Amount paid into the treasury for redemptions and sales of property purchased 

by the State on execution, for revenue purposes 

Amount paid into the treasury from drainage fund 

Amount paid into the treasury for hawkers' and peddlers' licenses 

Amount refunded as overpaid on public binding 

Amount received for State land sold 

Amount received for bonus on lease of penitentiary from June 10, 1860, to 

December 10, 1862 " 



Amount. 



$28,367 10 

109,547 64 

315,088 46 

27,220 92 

2,360 00 

750 00 

1,411 99 

120 00 

12,750 00 



Total $497,616 11 



EXPENDITURES. 



Amount. 



Amount of revenue warrants outstanding, December 1, 1862 

Amount paid out of revenue fund for special purposes, as shown by table No. 2 . 

Amount paid out of revenue fund for ordinary expenses, as shown by table 

No. 2 



$5,545 81 
386,727 87 

497,287 10 



Total. 



Amount of revenue warrants redeemed at the treasury from Dec. 1, 1862, to 
Nov. 30, 1864 



$889,560 78 
869,049 80 



Amount of revenue warrants outstanding, Dec. 1, 1864. 



$20,510 98 



No. 2. 

A General Statement of warrants drawn on the treasury from the 1st 
day of December, 1862, to the '60th day of November, 1864. 



To what account charged. 



Appropriations, special 

Constitutional convention 

Contingent fund 

County agricultural societies 

Executive mansion 

Executive military contingent fund. 

Enrolling militia 

Fugitives from justice. 

Geological survey. 

Illinois penitentiary 

Money refunded 

Penitentiary commissioners 

Repairs of state house and arsenal. , 



Amount paid for special purposes. 



Auditor of public accounts 

Appropriations, general. . 

Bank commissioners . 

Conveying convicts 

Distributing laws and journals 

Governor of Illinois 

General Assembly 

Incidental expenses 

Insane hospital 

Institution for the education of the blind 

Institution for education of the deaf and dumb. 

Judgments, clerks' and sheriffs' fees. 

Judiciary, 1st division, supreme court 

" "2d " " " 



3d 


<( 


1st circuit 


2d 


it 


3d 


" 


4th 


it 


5th 


u 


6th 


u 


7th 


ti 


8th 


k 


9th 


it 


10th 


" 


11th 


u 


12th 


ti 


13th 


u 


14th 


ti 


15th 


(i 


16th 


(( 


17th 


it 


18th 


il 


19th 


u 


20th 


<( 


21st 


(( 


22d 


U 


23d 


(I 



Amount. 



$15,966 


■14 


8021 


86 


3588 


74 


15,500 


00 


2748 


50 


6613 


62 


259 


38 


38 


00 


10,781 


32 


308,930 


62 


1764 


89 


12,512 


00 


2 


50 



$3216 75 

33,883 15 

5595 90 

29,147 25 

182 44 

3205 00 

45,112 29 

19,828 86 

90,000 00 

21.000 00 

61,952 02 

1265 63 

2200 00 

2400 00 

2293 41 

2000 00 

2000 00 

1654 90 

2030 00 

1805 00 

2000 00 

2144 02 

2005 49 

2000 00 

1763 58 

2000 00 

2250 00 

2043 47 

2000 00 

1810 00 

1917 58 

2000 00 

2000 00 

1287 91 

2000 00 

2000 00 

2000 00 

2000 00 



Statement — Continued. 



To what account charged. 



Amount. 



Judiciary, 24th circuit 

" 25th «« 

" 26th " 

" 27th " 

I" 28th " 
" superior court of Chicago 
" recorder's court of Chicago 
" " " LaSalle and Peru 
" court of common pleas, city of Cairo 
" «« " " cities of Aurora and Elgin. 

" Alton city court 

Office of the Executive 

" Secretary of State 

" Auditor of Public Accounts 

" Treasurer 

" Superintendent of Public Instruction 

" Adjutant General ■ 

Porters of State House 

Public printing i 

Public binding 

Publishing notices 

Prosecuting attorney, superior court of Chicago 

" " recorder's court of Chicago 

" " " " LaSalle and Peru.. 

" " Alton city court 

" " court of common pleas, city of Cairo. 

■ Reports of the supreme court 

Redemption money 

State's attorney, 1st circuit. 

" " 2nd " 



3rd " 

4th " 

" 5th " 

" 6th " 

" 7th " 

8th " 

" 9th " 

10th " , 

u 11th " , 

" 12th " , 

13th " , 

" loth " 

" 16th " 

17th " 

18th " 

19th " 

" 20th " 

21st " 

22nd " 

" 23rd " 

24th « 

25th " 

" 26th " 

" 27th " 

" 28th " 

State's attorneys' fees 

Secretary of Sti. te 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 
State Treasurer 



Total. 



$2000 00 
1888 88 
2125 00 
1750 00 
2000 00 
6000 00 
2000 00 
2000 00 
2000 00 
2000 00 
2000 00! 
80 00| 
1007 26j 
1076 50 
513 07 
1375 52' 
8642 32 ; 
2310 25 j 
23,192 40 
3309 84! 
8J6 10| 
500 00 
1000 00 j 
183 33 
1000 ooj 
1000 00 
13,272 00 
38 56 
940 00 
1000 00 
8S0 00 
1000 00 
1000 00 
1000 00 
1000 00 
880 44 
525 00 
1000 ooj 
989 13 
1 62 50| 
1000 00 
1000 00 
S75 00 
989 6S 
1025 00 

iooo oo; 

10 10 00 
900 00 
1000 00 
1000 00 
1000 oo 
1335 00 
800 00 
1000 00 
IOOO 00 
1056 25 
1966 66 
3675 81 
1470 00 



Statement — Continued. 



To what account charged. 



Secretary in Fund Commissioner's office. 

Supreme Court, 1st division 

" 2d " 

3d " 



Amount paid for ordinary expenses 



Central railroad fund 

Delinquent land tax 

Interest fund 

Money refunded, interest fund 

" " State school fund. 

" " State debt fund. . . 
War fund 



Amount paid out of special funds. 
Total amount of warrants issued . . 



Amount. 



$461 10 
2193 02 
2133 84 
7022 99 



$798,573 27 

7 20 

1,440,958 99 

1936 85 

174,667 42 

4 50 

77,854 61 



Total. 



$497,287 10 



,493,102 84 



$3,377,117 81 



No. 3. 

Detailed Statement of warrants drawn on the treasury duri?ig the fiscal 
term, commencing December 1st, 1862, and ending November oOth, 
1864, showing on what appropriation and to what account charged. 



APPROPRIATIONS— SPECIAL. 

Amount paid Samuel W. Fuller, for services as member of Senate committee, 
investigating canal scrip fraud. Appropriation of 1861 

" Lewis D. Erwin, W. W. Anderson and Ezekiel Boyden, commis- 

sioners, under special appropriation, for relief of Illinois vol- 
unteers wounded at Vicksbura; and Murphreesboro'. App. 

1863 

Alexander Starne, trustee, for redemption from tax sales and 
payment of taxes of 1862, on property mortgaged to the State 
by Joel A. Matteson. -App. 1863 

" Stephen T. Logan, for fees and expenses in the case of William 

Butler, State Treasurer, versus Presco Wright, Treasurer of 
Sangamon county, in circuit and supreme courts. App. 1863. 

" John W. Bunn, assignee, for amount of appropriation to Charles 
Fisher, for desks, etc., for Adjutant General's office. App. 
1863 

" J. & J. W. Bunn, for articles furnished for repairs to the arsenal. 
App. 1863 

" St. Louis, Alton and Chicago Railroad Co., for transporting 51 

cadets from Chicago to Springfield and return, attending the 

funeral of Gov. Bissell. App. 1863 

John Mulready, for labor on executive mansion grounds, during 
the life of Gov. Bissell, not heretofore paid. App. 1863 

" 0. M. Hatch, for M. De la Brown's services 55 days, making index 

to election records, etc., in office of Sec'y of State. App. 1862. 

" Charles H. Lanphier, for publishing reports of Bank Commis- 
sioners in Illinois State Register. App. 1863 

" Charles H. Lanphier, for publishing laws of 1859 in Illinois 
State Register. App. 1863 

" J. Y. Scammon, assignee, appropriation for 300 copies of Scates, 
Treat and Blackwell's Statutes. App. 1S63 

" Tribune Company, for publishing proceedings of Bank Commis- 
sioners, in Dec., 1862. App. 1863 



APPROPRIATIONS— GENERAL. 



For 



Amount paid for expenses of transfer agency. App. 1849 

" John W. Bunn, Treasurer of State Agricultural Society. 

1863 and 1864. App. of 185*7 

Normal University, for interest on college and seminary fund, 

due Jan. 1, 1863, and Jan. 1, 1864. App. 1857 

" 0. M. Hatch, State Librarian, two years' salary. App. 1849. . . 

" " two years' subscription Silliman's Journal, for State 

library. R. S 

" 0. M. Hatch, two years' subscription Merchants' Magazine, for 

State library. R. S 

" Jesse K. Dubois, Auditor, making book of taxable lands, 'for 

Cumberland county. App. 184*7 

" Jesse K. Dubois, Auditor, for entering taxable lands in tract 

books, and reporting the same to counties. App. 1853 
" Crosby, Nichols and Co., for two years' subscription to North 

American Review, for State library. R. S 



$400 00 



10,000 


00 


1*756 


54 


230 


00 


103 


00 


10 


50 


153 


00 


51 


50 


110 


00 


151 


90 


200 


00 


2*700 00 


100 


00 


$15,966 


11 


$2333 


33 


6000 


00 


24,891 
200 


98 

00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


99 


66 


128 


18 


10 


00 



10 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid N. B. Richardson, Treasurer Union Agricultural Society, of Jo 
Daviess and Stephenson counties, for 1862 and 1863. App. 1861. 



BANK COMMISSIONERS. 

Amount paid for mileage and per diem of Bank Commissioners. App. 1863 — 
viz : — 

To Thomas Quick, to August 20, 1863, 

Wm. H. Herndon, to December 30, 1863, 

E. P. Ferry, to November 12, 1863, 

J. W. Waughop, to Julv 8, 1864, 



CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. App. 1863. 

Amount paid Samuel A. Buckmaster, for expenses of commissioners appointed 

to take the vote of soldiers on new constitution 

lc for printing and binding 

State officers, for extra services 

Assistant Secretary 

President and Secretary 

for advertising 

for newspapers furnished members 



CONVEYING CONVICTS. 

Amount paid sheriffs, for conveying convicts to the penitentiary. App. 1851 . . 

CONTINGENT FUND. App. 1861. 

Amount paid 0. P. S. Plummer, for int. rev. stamps on telegraphic dispatches. 

George W. Winans, expenses to Washington county with par- 
don, &c 

S. T. Logan and Hay & Cullom, for legal services in suits on 
bond and mortgage against J. A. Matteson 

John Armstrong, for postage furnished Adjutant General's office 

Johnson & Bradford, for stationery furnished the Governor's 
office 

U. S. Express Co., for packages received by the Governor. . . . 

John Armstrong, for postage furnished office of the Governor. . 

Allen C. Fuller, balance due him for expenses incurred in mili- 
tary services 

Enoch Howard, for expenses of collecting statistics of Illinois 
troops at Helena, Ark ■ 

W. H. V. Raymond, for expenses of collecting statistics of Illi- 
nois troops 

Moses B. Derrick, for expenses of going to Memphis for statistics 
of Illinois troops 

John Williams & Co., formatting furnished Adjutant General's 
office 

John Williams & Co., for table cover furnished Governor's office 

J. A. Hough, for furniture for the Governor's office 

J. A. Hough, for furniture for Adjutant General's office 

Allen C. Fuller, for N. M. Laraway's expenses as messenger to 
Kentucky and Tennessee 



11 



Detailed Statement — Continued . 



Amount paid Joshua Rodgers, for his expenses as messenger to the army of 
the Tennessee 

" St. Samuel B. Stuart, for metallic coffin for the remains of Col. 
Warren B Stuart 

" E. Kreigh, for stove-pipe, etc., for Governor's office 

" " " tin boxes, etc., for Adjutant General's office 

" S. Hirshback, for stationery for Governor's office 

" James C. Conkling, for settling canal claims under act of 1861, 
Thornton loan 

" James C. Conkling, for legal services in Supreme Court, resisting 
mandamus, under the provisions of the act of 1861, in relation 
to the Thornton Loan 

" James C. Conkling, for rent of room for Adjutant General's 
office, etc 



COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 
Amount paid for aid to county agricultural societies. App. 1861. 

DISTRIBUTING LAWS AND JOURNALS. 
Amount paid for distributing laws and journals. App. 1849 



EXECUTIVE MANSION. 

Amount paid for furnishing the house and grounds of the Governor's resi- 
dence. App. 1863 

" for fuel, lights, gardener, etc. App. 1861 



ENROLLING MILITIA. 

Amount paid assessors for enrolling militia. App. 1861 , 



EXECUTIVE MILITARY CONTINGENT FUND. App. 1863. 

Anio\mt paid assistants in Adjutant General's office 

" rent of room for Adjutant General's office 

" for expense of agent to Washington to adjust war claims of the 

State 

" postage stamps for Adjutant General's office 

" *services of steamer City of Alton, going for relief to sick and 

wounded soldiers to Memphis and Vicksburg 



FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. Rev. Stat. 

Amount paid for expense incurred in arresting Henry Cox in Iowa, fugitive 
from Schuyler county 



$19 65 

100 00 

4 57 

125 43 

332 25 

25 00 



25 00 

57 00 



$3588 74 



$15,500 00 



$182 44 



$2248 


no 


500 00 


$2748 


50 


$259 


38 


$675 


00 


100 


00 


173 


12 


50 


00 


5615 


50 


$6613 


62 



$38 00 



*Note. — The warrants drawn on this account were refused to be countersigned and regis- 
tered or paid by the treasurer, in consequence of which, suit was commenced in the Supreme 
Gourt ft r a mandamus to compel the treasurer to countersign, register and pay the same, and 
upon tri r.l the Court decided to refuse such mandamus. Said warrants are therefore outstand- 
ing and unpaid. 



12 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

Amount paid for salary and expenses of State Geologists and assistants, 

App. 1855 

" for salary of topographer. App. 1853 

" " rent of room for geological collections. App. 1863 

" " stationery. App. 1855 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. App. 1861. 

Amount paid for newspapers, 21st General Assembly 

" " " 22d " 

" per diem and mileage of members, 23d General Assembly 

" " " " " " " adj. session 
" postmaster, extra clerks and other employees, 23d Gen. Assembly 
" " •' " " " " ad- 
journed session 

" postage 23d General Assembly 

" " " " adjourned session ... 

" newspapers 23d General Assembly 

" " " " adjourned session 

" stationery for 23d General Assembly 

" " " " adjourned session 

" for 1000 copies Legislative Directory for 23d General Assembly 

" " gold pens and pocket knives for 23d General Assembly 

" " publishing proceedings in Journal and Register 

" " copying laws for 23d General Assembly 

" " committee to visit Penitentiary, 23d General Assembly.. 

" " rent of committee rooms " " 

" " making index to laws, journals and reports 23d " 

" " gas, gas fixtures and repairs " " 

" " articles furnished " " 

" " Governor's private secretary " " 

" " '• " 23d General Assembly, adj. session 

" committee to visit State institutions, 23d General Assembly. . . . 

" for furniture, repairs, etc., " " .... 

" " wood, etc., furnished " " 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. App. 1849. 

Amount paid for fuel, repairs, labor, etc., for state house 

" " paper for public printing 

" " furniture 

" " 15 doz. pocket knives for use of 23d General Assembly 

" " stationery " " " " " 



INSANE HOSPITAL. 
Amount paid for ordinary expenses of hospital. App. 1863. 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND. 
Amount paid for ordinary expenses of institution. App. 1863 



13 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

Amount paid for interest on school, college and seminary funds. App. 1838-9 
" " ordinary expenses of institution. App. 1863 



ILLINOIS PENITENTIARY. App. 1863. 

Amount paid for carrying on the work on new penitentiary 

" " contractors' accepted drafts 

" " special appropriation for cash and clothing furnished dis- 
charged convicts, stationery, etc 

" chaplain of penitentiary. App. 1859 

JUDGMENTS, CLERKS' AND SHERIFFS' FEES. 
Amount paid for costs in suits by the State 

MONEY REFUNDED. 

Amount refunded on lands sold in error. App. 1849 

" " as overpaid by collectors " 1853 

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE. 
Amount paid for postage. App. 1861 

OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE. App. 1849. 

Amount paid for estimating paper accounts of public printer 

" " stationery 

" " postage 

' ' " furniture and repairs 

'■ " printed blanks 

" lights 

" " ice 

OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Amount paid for blank books and stationery. App. 1849 

" " postage. App. 1849 

" " ice and candles. App. 1849 

" " furniture and repairs. App. 1849 

" " printing blanks. App. 1849 

OFFICE OF STATE TREASURER. 

Amount paid for blank books and stationery. App. 1849 

" " postage. App. 1849 

" " furniture and repairs. App. 1849 

" " advertising and printing. App. 1849 

" " ice and candles. App. 1849 



$582*7 


20 


56, 125 


00 


$61, 952 


02 


$179,138 87 


116, 388 


00 


12, 908 


75 


495 


00 







$308, 930 


62 


$1265 


63 


$300 


50 


1464 


39 


$1*764 89 


$80 00 


$63 00 


350 


'10 


127 


14 


16 


so 


399 


75 


32 


87 


17 


30 


$1007 26 


$422 75 


377 


60 


20 


90 


42 


60 


212 


65 


$1076 


50 


$279 


10 


117 


77 


59 


25 


32 


50 


24 45 


$513 07 



14 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



Amount paid for stationery. App. 1857 

" " postage. App. 1857 

" " printing blanks. App. 1857 

" " ice. App. 1857 

" " printing 5000 school laws. App. 1857. . . 

" " rent of office, porterage, etc. App. 1857. 



OFFICE OF ADJUTANT GENERAL. 



Amount paid to assistants and clerks. App. 1863 

for messengers and porters. App. 1863... 

postage. App. 1863 

gas consumed. App. 1863 

furniture and repairs. App. 1863 

rent of office. App. 1863 

fuel. App. 1863 

printing commissions, etc. App. 1863. 

newspapers. App. 1863 

stationery. App. 1863 



PENITENTIARY COMMISSIONERS. 

Amount paid for per diem and expenses of Ira A. W. Buck. App. 1857. 
" " " Wm. H. Powell. " 

" " " George I. Bergen. " 

" " " Francis A. Eastman. " 

« " " • G. D. A. Parks. " 



PUBLIC PRINTING. 

Amount paid for printing laws, journals, reports and current work of twenty- 
third General Assembly, regular and adjourned session. 
App. 1 849 



PUBLIC BINDING. 

Amount paid for binding laws, journals and reports, twenty-third General 

Assembly. App. 1849 

" for same for twenty-second General Assembly. App. 1849 



PUBLISHING NOTICES. 

Amount paid for advertising for proposals for public printing, binding, copying 
and distributing, fur wood, stationery, etc. App. 1849 



REPAIRS OF STATE HOUSE AND ARSENAL. 
Amount paid for repairs of state house and arsenal. App. 1868 



15 
Detailed Statement — Continued. 



REPORTS OF SUPREME COURT. 

Amount paid 2212 volumes of Peck's Reports. App. 1845. . 
" 653 volumes of Freeman's Reports. App. 1863. 



REDEMPTION MONEY. 
Amount paid Norton & Barclay, on sales of 1823 and 1832. App. 1S45. 

STATE'S ATTORNEY'S FEES. 



Amount paid for prosecuting suits, and for commissions on moneys collected 
on judgments. App. 1849 



SUPREME COURT— FIRST DIVISION. 

Amount paid for fuel, lights, stationery, furniture, postage, etc. App. 1849. 

" clerk, for services as law librarian. App. 1857 

" for books for library. App. 1855 

" sheriffs, for attendance on court. App. 1838-9 

" for repairs to court house. App. 1859 



SUPREME COURT— SECOND DIVISION. 

Amount paid for fuel, lights, stationery, furniture, postage, etc. App. 1849. 

" for books for library. App. 1855 

" clerk, for services as law librarian. App. 1857 

'/' sheriffs, for attendance on court. App. 1838-9 



SUPREME COURT— THIRD DIVISION. 

Amount paid for fuel, lights, stationery, furniture, postage, etc. App. 1849. 

" for books for library. App. 1855 

" clerk, for services as law librarian. App. 1857 

" sheriffs, for attendance on court. App. 1838-9 



SALARIES. 

Amount paid for salary of Governor. App. 1S61. 
" ' " App. 1863. 



Amount paid for salary of Secretary of State. App. 1861. 

App. 1863. 
" for clerk hire. App. 1861 



Amount paid for salary of Auditor of Public Accounts. App. 1861 . 

" " " " App. 1863. 

" for clerk hire. App. 1861 



$3205 00 


$623 92 
976 08 
366 66 


$1966 66 


$713 32 
1220 10 
1283 33 


$3216 75 



16 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 





$543 92 
376 08 


II It (' 


App. 1863 




" clerk hire. App. 1861 






550 00 


ndent of Public Instruction. 
861 


App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 






$1470 00 


Amount paid for salary of Superinte 
11 (i a 

" for clerk hire. App. 1 
" for traveling expenses 


$969 85 

2280 15 

343 74 


App. 1861 




82 07 


in fund commissioner's office. 
State house. App. 1861. . . 


App. 1861. 


$3675 81 


Amount paid for salary of secretary 


$461 10 






Amount paid for salary of porters ir 
u ii u 


$698 00 


" App. 1863... 




1612 25 




supreme court, first division. 

ii ii 

upreme court, second division 
ii ii 

supreme court, third division 
ii ii 


App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 

. App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 

. App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 






$2310 25 


Amount paid for salary of Justice of 
it ii 


$744 85 
1455 15 




$2200 00 


Amount paid for salary of justice off 

ii a 


$644 85 
1755 15 




$2400 00 


Amount paid for salary of justice oi 
it ii 


$744 15 
1549 26 




$2293 41 


Amount paid for salary of judge of 
it ii " ii 


$779 90 


" App. 1863 




1220 10 












$2000 00 


ii it << 


$779 90 
1220 10 


it ii ii 


" App. 1863.. 














$2000 00 


ii a ii 


$779 90 
875 00 


ii ii ii 


" App. 1863. . . 














$1654 90 


ii u it 


$779 90 


ii ii ii 


" App. 1863.. 




1250 10 




fifth circuit. App. 1861 








$2030 00 


ii ii ii 


$584 90 


ii ii ii 


" App. 1863.... 




1220 10 












$1805 00 







17 
Detailed Statement — Continued. 



fifteenth circuit. App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 



sixteenth circuit. App. 1861 . 
" App. 1863. 



seventeenth circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



Amount paid for salary of judge of sixth circuit App. 1861 $779 90 

" " " " " App. 1863 1220 10 



$2000 00 



seventh circuit. App. 1861 $972 82- 

App. 1863 lift 20 



$2144 02 



eighth circuit, App. 1859 $250 00 

" App. 1861... 535 49 

App. 1863 1220 00 



$2005 49 



ninth circuit. App. 1861 $779 90 

" App. 1863 1220 10 



$2000 00 



tenth circuit. App. 1861 $779 90 

" App. 1863 983 68 



$1763 58 



eleventh circuit. App. 1861 $779 90 

" App. 1863 1220 10 



$2000 00 



twelfth circuit. App. 1861 j $1029 90 

" App. 1863 ' 1220 10 



$2250 00 



thirteenth circuit. App. 1861 ; $823 37 

" App. 1863 1 1220 10 



$2043 47 



fourteenth circuit. App. 1861 1 $779 90 

" App. 1863 1220 10 



$2009 00 



$589 90 
1220 10 


$1810 00 


$779 90 
1137 68 


$1917 58 


$779 
1220 


90 
10 


$2000 


00 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of judge of eighteenth circuit. 

ft it (< u 


App 1861 


$779 90 


App 1863 


1220 10 




App. 1861 






$2000 00 




$1287 91 




App 1861 




" " " twentieth circuit. 

II i< l< a 


$779 90 


App 1863 


1220 10 










$2000 00 







twenty-first circuit. App. 1861. 
11 App. 1863. 



twenty-second circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



twenty-third circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



twenty-fourth circuit. App. 1861.. 
" App. 1863.. 



twenty-fifth circuit. App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 



twenty-sixth circuit. App. 1861. 
App, 1863. 



twenty-seventh circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



twenty-eighth circuit. App, 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



justices of superior court of Chicago. App. 1861. 
« « " App. 1863, 



judge of recorder's court of city of Chicago 

App. 1861 

" recorder's court of city of Chicago 
App. 1863 



$2000 0C 



$1750 01 



$2000 0' 



$2000 ( 



19 
Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of judge of recorder's court of LaSalle and Peru. App. 

1861 

" " " recorder's court of LaSalle and Peru. App. 
1863 



court of common pleas, city of Cairo. App. 

1S61 . 

court of common pleas, city of Cairo. App. 

1863 



court of common pleas of Aurora and Elgin. 

App. 1861 _.. 

court of common pleas of Aurora and Elgin. 

App. 1863 



Alton citv court. App. 1861. 
" " App. 1863. 



state's attorney, first circuit. App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 



second circuit. App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 



third circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



fourth circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



fifth circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



sixth circuit. App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 



seyenth circuit. App. 1861. 
App. 1863, 



$779 90 
1220 10 



$2000 00 



$779 90 
1220 10 



$2000 00 



$779 90 
1220 10 



$2000 00 

$779 90 
1220 10 

$2000 00 

$329 95 
610 05 

$940 00 

$389 95 
610 05 

§1000 00 

$394 95 
485 05 

$8S0 00 

$389 95 
610 05 

$1000 00 

$389 95 
610 05 

$1000 00 

$389 95 
610 05 

$1000 00 

$389 95 
610 05 

$1000 00 



20 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 

eighth circuit. App. 181 
" App. 181 

ninth circuit. App. 186 
" App. 186: 

tenth circuit. App. 186 
" App. 186 

eleventh circuit. App. 
App. 

twelfth circuit. App. It 
" App. U 

thirteenth circuit. App. 
" App. 

fifteenth circuit. App. 
" App. 

sixteenth circuit. App. 
" App. 

seventeenth circuit. A] 
A 

eighteenth circuit. Ap] 
Ap 
Ap; 

nineteenth circuit. Ap 

Ap 

twentieth circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



Amount paid 


for salary 
ii 

ii 
ii 

ti 
ii 

ii 
a 

it 
ii 

ii 
it 

a 
ii 

ii 
ii 

ii 
ii 

ii 
u 
it 

ii 
ii 


of state's attorney 

it 

ii 

ii 
ii 

ii 
<t 

ii 
ii 

ii 

ti 

ii 
ii 

ii 
ii 

ii 

a 

ii 
ii 
ii 

ii 
it 


eighth circuit. App. 1861 

" App. 1863 

" App. 1863 

" App. 1863 

" App. 1863 

thirteenth circuit. App. 1861 . . . 
" App. 1863 

" App. 1863 

" App. 1863 

seventeenth circuit. App. 1861.. 
" App. 1863.. 

eighteenth circuit. App. 1861 . . . 

App. 1849... 

" App. 1863... 

nineteenth circuit. App. 1861... 
" App. 1863. . . 


$327 45 
552 99 




$880 44 


ii 


$414 95 
110 05 




$525 00 




$389 95 
610 05 




$1000 00 


ii 


$389 95 
599 18 




$989 13 


<i 
i< 


$218 95 
843 55 




$1062 50 






ii 


$389 95 
610 05 

$1000 00 




$389 95 
610 05 

$1000 00 


u 
(I 


$339 95 
485 05 




$875 00 


(1 

11 


$379 63 
610 05 




$989 68 


(1 
(( 
(1 


$314 96 
100 00 
610 05 




$1025 00 


u 
II 


$389 96 
610 05 




$1000 00 



21 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



twenty-first circuit. App. 1861.... 
App. 1863 


$389 95 
510 05 




$900 00 


twentv-second circuit. App. 1861.. 
" App. 1863.. 


$389 95 
610 05 




$1000 00 


twenty-third circuit. App. 1861... 
" App. 1863... 


$389 95 
610 05 




$1000 00 


twenty-fourth circuit. App. 1861 . . 
" App. 1863.. 


$389 95 
610 05 




$1000 00 







twenty-fifth circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



twenty-sixth circuit. App. 1861. 
App. 1863. 



twenty-seventh circuit. App. 1861. 
" App. 1863. 



twentv-eighth circuit. App. 1861.. 
App. 1863.. 



prosecuting attorney, superior court of Chicago 
App. 1861 

prosecuting attorney, superior court of Chicago. 
App. 1863 " 

prosecuting attorney, recorder's court of Chicago, 
App. 1861 

prosecuting attorney, recorder's court of Chicago 
App. 1863 " 

prosecuting attorney, recorder's court of La Salle 
and Peru. App. 1861 

prosecuting attorney, recorder's court of La Salic 
and Peru. App. 1863 



$724 
600 


95 
05 


$1335 


00 




$304 
495 


95 
05 


$800 00 


$3S9 
610 


95 
05 


$1000 00 


$389 
610 


95 
05 


$1000 


00 


$194 9*7 
305 03 


$500 


00 


$389 
610 


95 


05 




11000 


OH 


$150 
33 


00 


OQ 




$183 

■ 


S3 



22 



Detailed Statement Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of prosecuting attorney, court of common pleas of the 

city of Cairo. App. 1861 

" " prosecuting attorney, court of common pleas of tbe 
city of Cairo. App. 1863 



prosecuting attorney, Alton city court. 
Alton citv court. 



SPECIAL FUNDS. 



App. 1861 
App. 1863 



Amount of state debt fund refunded as (over-paid) to the collector of Grundy 
county 



Total amount of warrants issued on state debt fund . 



$389 95 
610 05 



$1000 00 



$389 95 
610 05 



$1000 00 



$4 50 



$4 50 



Amount of warrants issued for interest on state indebtedness paid in N. York 
Amount of warrants issued for transporting coin, and other expenses of making 

payment of interest 

Amount of warrants issued for interest paid at the treasury 

Amount of warrants issued for over-payment on collectors' accounts 



Amount of warrants issued on interest fund. 



Amount of warrants issued to collectors for amount of school fund over-paid. 
Amount of warrant issued to William Wheeler, collector of Macon county, pur- 
suant to act of Feb. 22, 1861 .' 



Amount of warrants issued on school fund . 



Amount of warrants issued in payment of bonds surrendered under the Gov 
ernor's proclamation of Sept 28, 1863, on Central railroad fund , 

Amount of warrants issued in payment of state indebtedness paid by the Gov- 
ernor under the act of Feb. 22, 1861 ' 

Amount of warrants issued in payment of state indebtedness purchased at par 
bv the Governor with Central railroad fund 

Amount of warrants issued for payment of expenses incurred in advertising 
Governor's proclamation 



Total amount of warrants issued on Central railroad fund 

Amount of warrants issued on delinquent land tax fund 

WAR FUND ACCOUNTS, Appropriation 1861. 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE WAR FUND. 

Amount paid Charles H. Lanphier, commissioner to audit war accounts. 
" R. S. Thomas, " " " 

" J. H. Woodworth, " " " 

'■ George Judd, secretary of commissioners 

" John J. Hardin, clerk in office 

" John B. Whitnev, " 

Charles E. Dodge, " , 

" T. W. Chenery, " 

11 Manning Mayfield, " 

" Fred. Gearhardt, porter 

" for stationery, office rent, gas, furniture, ice, etc 



$1,363,434 40 

7,358 76 

70,165 83 

1,036 85 



1,441,995 84 



$174,656 82 

10 60 

$174,667 42 



$68,507 50 

23,643 36 

706,182 11 

240 30 

$798,573 27 



$7 20 



$860 


00 


1025 


00 


1390 


00 


970 


si- 


731 


nO 


731 


00 


372 00 


160 


00 


72 00 


262 


50 


471 


17 


$7045 


51 



23 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



DISCHARGE J VOLUNTEERS. 

Amount paid members of companies which reported for duty at Springfield or 
Cairo, and who were not mustered into the service of the United States. . 



ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS— QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. 

Amount paid for clothing, transportation, camp equipage, forage, and other 

expenses { $23,666 69 



835-4 00 



ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS— SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT. 
Amount paid for subsistence, etc 



ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS— ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 
Amount paid for ordnance stores 



ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS— INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Amount paid for salary of commissary general and assistants, clerks and 
employees in office and in camps; assistant quartermaster general, clerks, 
agents, employees, etc., of quartermaster geueral ; clerks and messengers 
employed by the Governor aEd adjutant general, and for telegraphing, 
printing, stationery, postage, etc., for military offices 



STATE MILITIA PAY-ROLLS. 

Amount paid troops raised under state laws, viz : 

Third congressional district regiment 

Fifth " " " 

Sixth " " " 

Ninth " " " 

Regiment from the State at large 

Artillery battalion. . , . , 

Cavalry regiment , 

State troops on special service under Governor's proclamation of April 16, '61. 



Total amount of warrants issued on the war fund. 



$755 86 



129 94 



$45,559 58 



$20 25 
29 00 
5 87 
14 80 
33 00 
55 00 
32 00 

153 11 



$343 03 



m,S54 61 



24 



No. 4. 



Statement of the amount of warrants outstanding on the first day of 
December, 1862, and the amount outstanding on the thirtieth day of 
November. 1864. 



Amount of warrants outstanding December 1, 1862 , 

Amount of. warrants issued from December 1, 1862, to November 30, 1864.. 

Amount of warrants paid at the Treasury, canceled and deposited ia the Audi 
tor's office, from December 1, 1862, to November 30, 1864 

Total of warrants outstanding 

Total of revenue fund warrants outstanding December 1, 1864 , 

" war " l< " " , 

" school " " " " 



,162 33 
3,37*7,117 81 

£3,686,280 14 

3,648,233 41 



3,046 -73 



$20,510 98 

17,505 72 

30 03 

$38,046 73 



25 

No. 5. 
Redemption Money. 



Amount of redemption money, received from minor heirs, in the treasury 

December 1, 1862 

Amount paid out from December 1, 1862, to November 30, 1864 

Amount on hand December 1, 1864 



$342 31 
38 56 



$303 75 



No. 6. 

Statement showing the condition of the school, college, and seminary 
funds, on the first day of December, 1864. 



Amount of surplus revenue credited to the school fund 

" three per cent, func 1 credited to the school fund . . . 

" three per cent, fund credited to the college fund. . . 
seminary fund 



Total amount of school, college, and seminary funds 



£335,592 32 
613,362 96 



,955 28 
156,613 22 
59,838 72 



1,165,407 32 



—3 



26 



No. 7. 



Statement, showing the numbers and amount of Refunded Stock, of 
1860, redeemed, under the Governor's Proclamation of September 28, 
1863, paid for with Central Railroad Fund, canceled and deposited in 
the Auditor 's Office. 



Of whom redeemed — numbers, etc. 



PAID AT OFFICE OF TUE TREASURER, IN SPRINGFIELD. 



J. Bunn, attorney, number 22, $1,000, interest $22 50 

Noah Divilbiss, attorney, numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 18, 19, 20, 36, 51, 53, 54, and 55, of 

$1 000 each, interest on same $22 50 each 

E. F. Leonard, attorney, numbers 23, 35, 52, 57, 58, 68, 69, 70, 71, of $1,000 

each, interest $22 50 each 

John E. Corwith, numbers 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, and 50, of $1,000 each, interest 

$22 50 each 

Rosevelt & Son, number 33, $1,000, interest $22 50 

J. Bunn, numbers 14, 15, 16, 17. and 24, $1,000 each, interest $22 50 each 

Thomas Denny & Co., number 37, $1,000, interest $22 50 

J. Bunn, numbers 41, 59 to 67, inclusive, $1,000 each, interest $22 50 each 

S. ITalliday, attorney, number 38, $1,000, interest $22 50 

N. H. Ridgely & Co.", numbers 9, 34, $1,000 each, interest $22 50 each 

J. Bunn, attorney, numbers 25, 26, $1,000 each, interest $22 50 each 

E. F. Leonard, attorney, numbers 27, 56, $1,000 each, interest $22 50 each 

J. K. Dubois, Auditor," number 12, $1,000, interest $22 50 

E. F. Leonard, attorney, 7, 32, $1,000 each, interest $22 50 each 



PAID AT AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, NEW YORK CITT. 

American Exchange Bank, numbers 5, 10, 11, 13, 21, 29, 31, 39, 40, 42, 43, $1,000 
each, interest $22 50 each 



Amount. 



$1,022 50 

12,270 00 

9,202 50 

7,157 50 
1,022 50 
5,112 50 
1,022 50 
10,225 00- 
1,022 50 
2,045 00 
2,015 00 
2,045 00 
1,022 50 
2,045 00 



11,247 50 



Total $68,507 50 



27 



No. 8. 



Statement showing the State indebtedness purchased by the Governor of 
the State of Illinois, at par, canceled and deposited with tlie Auditor 
of Public Accounts, and paid for out of the Central Railroad Fund. 



When purchased. 



1S63. Feb. 12. 

1863. Feb. 12. 

1863. Feb. 17. 

186>i. April 9. 

1863. April 22. 

1863. May 4. 

1863. Sept. 1. 

1863. Sept. 22. 

1863. Nov. 14. 

1S63. Dec. 4. 

1863. Dec. 22. 

1864. Jan. 5 . 
1864. Feb. 1. 

1864. Feb. 10. 

1864. Feb. 12. 

1864. March 9. 

Mar. 10. 
Mar. 17. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



From the Auditor, in trust for the Bank of Bloomington, bal 
ance of new internal improvement stock, $120 66, and bal 
ance of interest bonds of 1847, $7 57 

From J. Bunn, attorney, balances of new internal improve- 
ment stock, $103 43, and balance of interest bonds of 1847, 
$30 11 

From J. K. Dubois, attorney, for Joel Churchill, certificate 
for arrears of interest on new internal improvement bond 
No. 2142 

From E. F. Leonard, attorney, balances of interest bonds of 
1847, refunded 

From J. Bunn, attorney, balanse of interest bonds of 1847, 
refunded 

From Charles R. llurst, attorney, balance of interest bonds 
of 1S47, refunded 

From E. F. Leonard, attorney, balances of new internal im- 
provement stock, refunded, $71 63 ; balance of interest 
bonds of 1847, refunded, $40 80, and balance of interest 
bonds of 1857, refunded, $343 50. . . 

From E. F. Leonard, attorney, certificate of arrears of inte- 
rest, issued to T, Ward 

From E. F. Leonard, attorney, refunded stock of 1862, bonds 
Nos. 31, 32, 73, 74, 236, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 334, 431, 
46S and 469, of $1,000 each, interest $22 50 each 

From Josiah Lombard, balance of new internal improvement 

, stock, refunded, $361 20 ; interest on the same, $9 27. . . . 

From John E. Corwith, interest stock of 1857, No. 2618, 
£1623 27; and balance of interest bonds of 1847, $415 45. 

From J. K. Dubois, attorney, balance of interest bonds of 
1857, refunded 

From J. Bunn, refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 33, 89, 118, 126, 
159, 160, 16S, 183, 297, 341, 404, 405, 448, 452, 453, 454, 
472, 481, 482, 485, 486, 497, 50S, 511, 552, 556, 589, 598, 
633, 640, 649, 650, 666, 710, 711, of $1,000 each, interest 
$5 each 

From J, K. Dubois, attorney, balance of interest bonds of 
1847, refunded, $335 24, and balance of interest bonds of 
1857, refunded, $452 , 

From Daniel L. Gold, administrator, arrears of interest on 
two certificates of new internal improvement stock, Nos. 
2137 and 2138, $314 90 each 

From J. Bunn, attornev, refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 537, 
636, 641, 721, 722, 746, 904, 905, 906, 907, and Illinois and 
Michigan Canal bond of 1860 No. 1171, all of $1,000 each, 
interest $11 50 each 

From J. K. Dubois, Auditor, balances of new internal improve- 
ment stock, refunded, $4 82, and balance of interest bonds 
of 1847, $7 93 

From J. Bunn, attorney, refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 43, 88, 
300, 357, 400, 401, 402, 509, 510, 635, of $1,000 each, in- 
terest $12 83 each 



Amount. 



$128 23 


133 


54 


580 


80 


103 


89 


7 


56 


108 


12 


455 


93 


361 


25 


14,315 


00 


370 47 


2038 72 


337 


00 



35,175 00 


787 24 


629 


80 


11,126 


Cv 


12 


75 


10,128 


30 



28 



Statement — Continued. 



When purchased. 



1864. Mar. 22. 

1864. Mar. 28. 

1864. April 6. 

1864. April 25. 

1864. May 9. 



1864. 


May 


21 


1864. 


May 


28 


1864. 


May 


30 


1864. 


June 


f 6 


1864. 


June 


1 


1864. 


July 


5 


1864. 


July 


5 


1864. 


Aug. 


8 


1864. 


Aug. 


16 


1864. 


Sept. 


8 


1864. 


Sept. 


8 


1864. 


Sept. 


8 



1864. Sept. 1. 



1864. Sept. n. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



From J. Bunn, attorney, refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 87, 
5(52 to 570, inclusive, 580, 581, 583, 584. 651, 655, and 
Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds of 1860, Nos. 621, 625, 
626, 637, 652, 653, 54, 836, 994, 995, 1005, all of $1,000 
each, interest $13 67 each 

From Daniel L. Gold, administrator, arrears of interest on 
new internal improvement stock, certificate No. 2139, 
$314 90, and balance of internal improvements stock, re- 
funded, $579 30 ; interest on the same, f 8 49 

From S. Halliday, attorney, Illinois and Michigan Canal bond 
of 1860, No. 150, $1,000 ; interest on same, $16 

From E. F. Leonard, attorney, refunded stock of 1862, No. 
406, of $1,000 ; interest on same, $19 33 

From J. Bunn, refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 46, 47, 227, 229, 
230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 657, 658, 659, 660, 661, 690, 
735, 903, and Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds of 1860, 
Nos. 162, 175, 273, 493, 569, 640, 648, 744, 832, 842, 111, 
113, 274, 593, 598, 599, 700, 785, 787, 822, 829, 839, 847, 
915, 936, 937, 938, 1074, 1075, 1125, 1172, 1173, all of 
$1,000 each ; interest, $21 50 on each 

From N. H. Ridgely & Co., refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 28, 
34, 71, 115, 117, 190, 191 to 198, inclusive, 223, 353, 467, 
493, 701, 716, 736, 747, 816, of $1,000 each; interest, 
$23 50 on each 

From E. F. Leonard, attornev, refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 
226, 228, 337,495, 512, 656, 720, $1,000 each; interest, 
$24 67 each 

From E. F. Leonard, attorney, Illinois and Michigan Canal 
bond No. 39, of July 1, 1841, $1,000 ; intercut, $25 

From E. F. Leonard, attornev, new internal improvement 
stock, certificates Nos. 5773, 5774, $318 24 ; interest, $S 28 

From J. Bunn, attorney, refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 84, 278, 
398, 399, $1,000 each ; interest, $26 17 each ■ 

From J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan Canal bond, No. 101, 
with interest 

From C. McAllister, McAllister & Stebbins bond, No. 589, 
$237 60 ; interest, $206 70 

From J. K. Dubois, attorney, balance of liquidation bonds 
refunded 

From Hall Wilson, 30 war bonds, of $100 each, interest 75 
cents each, Nos. 2200, 2434, 2619, 2702, 2736, 2737, 3112, 
3113, 3134 to 3147, 3363 to 3365, 3367 to 3369, 3776, 8777 

From Jesse K. Dubois, attorney, interest bond of 1847, No. 
2542, principal, $691 76 ; interest, $7 84 

From the Auditor, in trust for Producers' Bank, interest 
stock of 1857, No. 2578, $1869 84 ; interest, $21 19 

From H. Doolittle, refunded stock of 1869, Nos. 63, 64 and 
86, of $1,000 each, interest, $11 33 each. Refunded stock of 
1870, No. 483, $1,000; interest, $11 33. War bonds Nos. 
122, 937, $500 each ; interest, $5 66 each. Nos. 347, 928, 
929, 1036, 2427, of $100 each ; interest, $1 14 each 

FromN. H. Ridgely&Co., 100 war bonds of $100 each; interest, 
$1 llf each; Nos. 707, 708, 796, 797, 961 to 964, 977, 
978, 1508, 1509, 1510, 2528 to 2537, 3163, 3219 to 3 228, 
3718 to 3727, 3904 to 3932, 3939 to 3950, 3958, 707, 
4871, 4872, 4882, 4883, 4886, 4888 to 4895 4 

From N. H. Ridgely & Co., 143 war bonds, $100 each; inte- 
rest, $1 llf each; Nos. 112, 146, 327, 349, 354, 355, 368, 
369, 380,381, 382, 394, 395, 411, 535, 536, 5 8, 539, 540, 



327,369 09 



29 



Statement — Continued. 



When purchased. 



1864. Sept 7. 



1864. Sept. 7. 



1864. Sept. S. 



18 64. Sept. 10. 



1864. Sept. 12. 



1864, Sept. 13. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etr 



567 to 570, 580, 583, 597, 719, 720, 739, 740, 741, 906 to 
910, 915, 919, 930 to 940, 973, 974, 975, 994, 990, 996, 
1134, 1135, 1511, 1615, 2055, 2058, 2059, 2060, 2095, 2505 
to 25S4, 3026 to 3040, 3130, 3131, 3402, 3403, 3409, 3485, 
3486, 3774, 3778, 3779, 3781, 3935 to 3938, 4080 to 4085, 
4351, 4628, 4629, 4630, 4701 to 4706, 4720 to 4722, 4824 
to 4832, 4S50 

From N. H. Ridgely & Co., 3 war bonds, of $500 each ; inte- 
rest, $5 5S£ each ; Nos. 272, 356 and 679. Refunded stock 
of 1869, Nos. 87, 102, 103, 104, of $1,000 each ; interest, 
ill 16f- each. Refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 419, 652, 
653, 654, 674, of $1,000 ench ; interest, $11 16£ each 

From Hall Wilson, attorney, 120 war bonds, of $100 each ; inte- 
rest, $1 11£ each ; Nos." 176, 276, 277, 278, 541 to 544, 855, 
960, 986, 1620, 1621, 1622, 1665 to 1684, 1905 to 1908, 
1910 to 1913, 2082, 2259 to 2300, 2415 to 2422, 2520 to 
2527, 2541 to 2544, 2549 to 2560, 2971, 3109, 4580 

From J. Bunn, 200 war bonds, $100 each; interest, $1 13£ 
each ; Nos. 28, 29, 30, 41 to 44, 52, 53, 54, 182, 210, 211, 
212, 548, 549, 591, 592, 593, 595, 596, 598, 599, 600, 704, 
838, 839, 854, 1023, 1061 to 1084, 1138, 1156, 1158, 1159, 
1161, 1162, 1165, 1421, 1513, 1516, 1517, 1685 to 1689, 1660, 
1662, 1730 to 1739, 1764, 1766, 1767 to 1793, 1880, 2037, 
2038, 2039, 2405, 2705 to 2708, 3148 to 3150, 3810 to 3813, 
4071, 4072, 4073, 4102 to 4127, 4801, 4802, 4849, 4851 to 
4354, 4856 to 4859, 4866, 4869, 4870, 4875, 4878 to 4881, 
4884, 4885, 4887, 4896 to 4899, 4931, 4950, 4953, 4954, 
4963, 4965, 4968, 4969, 4971 , 4991 to 5000 

From H. Doolittle, 45 war bonds, $100 each; interest, $1 16| 
each ; Nos. 263 to 266, 532, 534, 911 to 914, 916, 9*8, 
1095, 1096, 2929 to 2932, 3609 to 3614, 4346 to 4350, 
4367, 4451 to 4459, 2458 to 2463. No. 539, $500 ; inte- 
rest, $5 83£. Refunded stock of 1862, Nos. 217, 518, 521, 
576, $1000 each; interest, $11 66J- each. Illinois and 
Michigan Canal bond of 1837, No. 752, $1000; interest, 
1 J 66f 

From N. H. Ridgely & Co., Illinois and Michigan canal bond 
of 1841, No. 32, $1000; interest $12. Refunded stock of 
1870, Nos. 130, 383, 384, 385, $1000 each; interest $12 each. 
Refunded stock of 1865, Nos. 19, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 
36, 37, $1000 each ; interest $12 each. Refunded stock of 
1862, Nos. 150, 151, 15a, 153, 173, 212, 213, 286, 288, 
289, 54, 311, 316, 318, 319, 428, 490, 554, 677, 599, 
908, $1000 each; interest $12 each. War bond, No. 93, 
$1000; interest $12. War bonds, Nos. 293, 294, 298, 299, 
803, 304, 305, 306, $500 each; interest $6 each. 30 war 
bonds, $100 each; interest $1 20 each; Nos. 251 to 260, 
1943, 1944, 2064 to 2071, 2074 to 2081, 2538, 2539... 

From J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan canal bond of 1847, 
No. 500, $1000; interest $12 16f. Refunded stock of 1862, 
Nos. 67, 68, 69, 70, 215, 280, 393, 886, $1000 each ; in- 
terest $12 16£ each. War bonds Nos. 772 to 775, 786 to 
810, 825 to 828, 915, 933, 945, of $1000 each; interest 
$12 16$ each. War bonds Nos. 835, 967 to 982, $500 each; 
interest ±6 0SJ each. 288 war bonds, of $100 each; in 
terest $1 21$ each— Nos. 22 to 25, 66 to 74, 77, 80, 85, 111, 
168, 169, 170, 261, 262, 267 to 270, 289, 328, 346, 427 to 
432, 531, 532, 657 to 664, 679, 680, 705, 706, 759 to 763, 
765 to 795, 802, 856 to 868, 871 to 880, 920 to 927, 941 to 



$14,459 68 



30. 

Statement — Continued. 



When purchased. 



1864. Sept. 18. 



1864. Sept. 14. 



1864. Sept. 14. 



1864. Sept. 14. 



1864. Sept. 17. 

1864. Sept. 19. 
1864. Sept. 19 . 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



945, 987, 1007 to 1017, 1028 to 1033, 1041 to 1045, 1089 to 
1094, 1098, 1193, 1194, 1205, 1206, 1207, 1794, 2014,2091 
to 2094, 2096, 2098, 2165 to 2177, 2186 to 2189, 2426, 2428, 
2464, 2465, 2466, 2776, 2778 to 2781, 2783, 2785, 2786, 
2789, 2961, 3114, 3115, 3119 to 3129, 3132, 3133, 3151, 
3181, 3229 to 3238, 3337, 3338, 3340, 3360, 3362, 3370, 
3371, 3373, 3374, 8410 to 3421, 3423, 3424, 3447, 3449, 
3495, 3579, 3742 to 3745, 3804 to 3809, 3887, 3888, 3890, 
4074, 4101, 4142, 4143, 4144,4395, 4396, 4399, 4603, 4611 
to 4620, 4743 to 4746, 4855 

From H. Doolittle, Illinois and Michigan canal bonds of 1837, 
Nos. 769, 775, 895, $1000 each; interest $12 16| each. 
War bond No. 901, $500 ; interest $6 08£. War bonds 
Nos. 946 to 955, 3684, 8685, 3700, 4941, 4964, $100 each, 
interest $1 21f each 

From H. Doolittle, Illinois and Michigan canal bond, of 
1837, No. 896, $1000 ; interest $12 33. Refunded stock, of 
1862, No. 712, $1000; interest $12 33. 30 war bonds, 
$100 each; interest $1 23£ each— Nos. 1246, 1296, 1364 
to 1370, 1387, 1411, 1413, 1414, 1415, 1418, 1420, 1499, 
2030, 2031, 3833 to 3842, 3889 

From Hall Wilson, attorney, Avar bonds, Nos. 763, 879, 880, 
881, 893, 894, 899, 900,*90l, 929, of $1000 each; interest 
$12 33 each, Nos. 793, 816, 845, 846, 853, 893, 894, 983 
to 991, $500 each; interest $6 16|- each. 133 war bonds, 
of $100 each ; interest $1 23£ each— Nos 1 to 5, 271 to 
275, 316, 400, 445, 448, 449, 452, 455, 464 to 467, 469, 
470,471, 473, 474, 485 to 488, 551 to 555, 576 to 579, 581, 
917, 1097, 1303, 1304, 1482 to 1487, 1501 to 1505, 1578, 
1650,1654 to 1659,1876, 1877, 2020 to 2024, 2097,2101, 
2102, 2103, 2248 to 2253, 2423, 2710, 2750, 3182, 3183, 
3381, 3493, 3494, 3507, 3508, 3589, 3590 to 3598, 3683, 
3686, 3687, 3688, 3701, 3702, 8706, 3707, 3708 to 3711, 
3728, 3729, 4406 to 4410, 4412, 4419, 4420, 4572, 4574, 
4581, 4661 to 4665, 4988, 4989, 4990 

From J. Bunn, refunded stock, of 1870; Nos. 177, 237, 240, 
of 1869 ; Nos. 41, 42, 43, 48, of 1862 ; No. 884, all of $1000 
each; interest $12 33£ each. War bonds, Ncs. 762, 852, 
877,978, of $1000 each; interest $12 33-j each. Nos. 9, 
56, 289 to 292, 295, 296, 297, 300, 301, 302, 323, 390, 530 
to 533, 804, 839, 992 to 998, $500 each ; interest $6 16| 
each ; and 57 war bonds, "of $100 each ; interest $1 23-| 
each, Nos. 17, 18, 417 to 426, 594, 717, 869, 870, 1371, 
1882, 1383, 1384, 1386, 1390, 1394, 1541, 1547, 1548, 1591 to 
1594, 1837, 1838, 1842, 1843, 1844, 1862 to 1866, 18S2 to 
1885, 1887, 1982, 2032 to 2036, 2041, 2044, 2060, 2254, 
2359, 2497 

From R. E. Goodell, 197 war bonds, of $100 each; interest 
$1 28J-each, Nos. 1046 to 1055, 1276 to 1295, 2406 to 
2409, 2671 to 2700, 2790 to 2793, 3259 to 3308, 3480 to 
3483, 3547 to 3551, 3567 to 3576, 3599 to 3608, 3693 to 
3699, 3792 to 3803, 3933, 4368 to 4374, 4561 to 4563, 4688 
to 4700, 4981 to 4987 

From H. Doolittle, war bonds, Nos. 121, 289, $500 each ; in- 
terest $6 58£ each. Refunded stock, of 1862, Nos. 216, 
218, 322, 374, 375^ 377, 378 to 381, 383, 517, 519, 520, 572, 
573, 577, 578, 579, $1000 each ; interest $13 16f each 

From N. H. Ridgely & Co., Illinois and Michigan canal bond, 
of April 15, 1839, sterling No. 1086 ;. of July 1, 1837, Nos* 



$83,301 



31 



Statement — Continued. 



When purchas d. 



1864. 


Sept. 


27 


1864. 


Sept. 


28 


1864. 


Oct. 


31 



1864. Oct. 31. 



1864. Oct. 31. 



1864. Nov. 
1864. Nov. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



629,619; of July 1, 1839, Nos. 1006, 1017 ; of July 1, 1847, 
Nos. 424, 580, 618, 651, 699, 703, 730, 783, 792, 793, of 
$1000 each; interest $13 16£ each. Eefunded stock, of 
1862, Nos. 376, 425, 571, 574, 575, 671, 6S2, 704, 705, 
707, 708,893, of $1000 each; interest $13 1 65 -each. War 
bonds, Nos. 26, 44, 51, 52, 333, 334, 336, 355, 897, 100t>, of 
$500 each; interest $6 58^ each. 96 war bonds of $100 
each; interest $1 81$ each, Nos. 32, 181, 433 to 444, 440, 4 17, 
453, 454, 456 to 463, 496 to 500, 671 to 678, 702, 703, 1018, 
1208, 1518, 1529, 1534, 1536, 15*1, 1639, 1540, 1565, 1566, 
158S, 1589, 1590, 1606, 1661, 1663, 1664, 1S20 1824 to 1827, 
1829, 1830, 1841, 2594, 2595, 2620, 273S to 2746, 3401, 3772, 
4575, 4711 to 4717, 4723 to 4726,4723,4729,4933 

From George K. Sistare, interest bond, new internal improve- 
ment stock, No. 976, $620 32 ; interest $S 99 

From P. Ncvin, Illinois and Michigan canal bond, of 1847, 
No. 860, $1000; interest $14 67 

Of J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan canal bond, of April 15, 

1839, £225, No. 1019; of July 1, 1837, Nos. 758,J 759, 762, 
763, 768, 930, 931, 932, 933, 934 ; of Julv 1, 1S47, Nos. 68, 
425, 543, 638, 641, 642, 675, 679, 693, 1013, $1000 each ; in- 
terest $20 each 

From J. Bunn, att'y, refunded stock of 1S62, Nos. 530 to 535, 
541 to 551, 843,845, 846, $1000 each ; interest $20 each. 
War bonds, Nos. 524, 619, 752, 929, 965, 966, 999, 898, of 
$500 each ; interest $10 each ; Nos. 814, 815, 1244, 1245, 
1945, of $100 each ; interest $2 each 

From N. H. Ridgelv & Co., Illinois and Michigan canal bond, 
No. 48, dated July 1, 1841; Nos. 636, 643, 740, 742, 
751, dated July, 1, 1847, $1000 each; interest $20 each. Re- 
funded stock, of 1862, Nos. 342, 909, 910, $1000 each ; in- 
terest $20 each. War bonds, Nos. 2, 62, 167, 170, 171, 233, 
312,313,386, 387,393, 411, 452, 601, 609, 613, 615, 616, 
617,618,625,627, 647, 723, 724, 739,843, 844, 868, 869, 
870,871,872,902,918,927, 928,946,947,952,1049, $1000 
each; interest $20 each; Nos. 43,120, 271,335,437,496, 
497, 559, 560, 632, 681, 855, 856, 874, 954 to 959, 961 to 
964, $500 each ; interest $10 each ; Nos. 19, 20, 33, 110, 
248, 249, 348, 501 to 530, 565, 566, 575, 5S2, 832, 850 to 853, 
1021, 1022 1024, 1025, 1026, 1137, 1139, 1154, 1155, 1157, 
1160,1163, 1164, 1166, 1167, 1168, 1174 to 1192, 1204, 1209 
to 1213, 1222 to 1225, 1227 to 1236, 1329, 1350, 1360, 1361, 
1391, 1400, 1412, 1419, 1422, 1423, 1424, 1460, 1473, 1488 
to 1491, 1512, 1514, 1515, 1523, 1524, 1525, 1527, 1528, 
1538,1563,1583,1584,1585,1616,1619, 1822, 1823, 1839, 

1840, 1897, 2013, 2053, 2301 to 2310, 2312, 2313, 2314, 
2321, 2341 to 2349, 2360, 2410, 2430 to 2433, 2747, 2748, 
2749, 2751, 2752, 2754,2775, 2777, 2951 to 2960, 3179, 
3180, 3239, 3317, 3318, 3333, 3366, 3379, 3450 to 3479, 
3490, 3492, 3690, 3691, 3704, 3705, 4087, 4089, 4302, 
4303,4305, 4335,4336,4741,4742,4842, 4843,4864, 4S65, 
$100 each ; interest $2 each 

From O. H. Miner, att'y, balance of interest stock of 1857, 
refunded, $74 12; interest $1 43 

From J. K. Dubois, att'y, balance of interest stock of 1847, 
refunded; principal $432 24 ; interest $8 35 



$42,147 73 

629 31 

1014 67 



32 



Statement — Continued. 



When purchased. 



1864. Nov. 29. 
1864. Nov. 29. 



From whom purchased — description of stock, etc. 



From J. K. Dubois, Auditor, balance of interest stock of 1847, 
refunded ; principal $29 57 ; interest 73 cents 

From John Moore, balance of interest stock of 1857, refund- 
ed ; principal $936 03 ; interest $23 24 

Total 



Amount. 

$30 30 
959 27 



706,182 12 



33 



No. 9. 



Statement showing Hie amount of State indebtedness paid, at par, with 
Central Railroad Fund, under the provisions of an act of the Legis- 
lature, approved February Sid, 1861, canceled and deposited in this 
office. 



When paid. 



1862. Dec. 
1862. Dec. 



1862. Dec. 



1862. Dec. 
1862. Dec. 
1862, Dec. 
1862. Dec. 

1862. Dec. 

1863. Jan. 
1863. Jan. 

1863. Jan. 
1863. Jan. 
1863. Jan. 



To whom paid — description, etc. 



Josiah Lombard, internal improvement scrip, principal $100, 

interest from July 1, 1840, $134 50 ; Nos. 3105, A 

J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, with interest from 
March 1, 1840; Nos. 1370, 2874, 2902; principal $100 
each; interest $130 50 each. Internal improvement scrip, 
No. 5352, A ; principal $100 ; interest from July 1, 1840, 
$134 50. Interest certificates Illinois and Michigan Canal 
stock, No. 20, $5; No. 53, $20; No. 78, $5; No. 117, $20; 
Nos. 236 and 497 $5 each ; No. 691, $10; and Illinois and 
Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 1103, 1131, and 451 ,of $5 each ; 
Nos.. 58, 419, 681, 958, and 969, of $2 50 each ; and Nos. 
141/422, 553, 1069, 1233, 1234, 1709, 1711, 1899, of $1 

each 

J. Young Scammon, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 
2327, 329, 330, 2746. 2927, $100 each; interest on same from 
March 1, 1840, $136 50 each. Interest certificate of Illi- 
nois and Michigan Canal stock, No. 1108, $538 14. Illi- 
nois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 498 A, and 498 B, 
$10 each; Nos. 238 and 385, of $2 50 each; Nos. 571 A, 
and 571 B, 572 A, and 572 B, 573 A, and 573 B, 574 A, and 
574 B, 575 A, ar.d 575 B, 576 A, and 576 B, and 577, of, $2 
50 each ; Nos 102, 203, 208 C and D, 326, 340, 658, 662 B 

and C, 1009, 1503, 1 505, and 1785, of $1 each 

Joseph Thayer, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 970, 
1912, 2196, 2831, $100 each ; interest from March 1, 1840, 

$136 50 each 

6 Hav & Cullom, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 136, 
470. 471, 473, 474, 475, 476 A, 476 B, 477 to 4S8, inclusive, 

at $100 each ; no interest 

9 Samuel K. Casey, interest certificates Illinois and Michigan 
Canal stock, Nos. 849, 850, 851, 854, of $100 each; No. 

855, of $98 50, and No. 1072, of $27 40 

16 Ira A. W. Buck, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 350, 
352, 353, 354, 552, 2009, 3331, 3485, for $100 each ; interest 

from March 1, 1840, $136 75 each 

30 O. Davidson, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, No. 2689, for 
$100 ; interest on same from March 1, 1840, $136 95 ; No. 

428, for $1 

16 William Ricketts, internal improvement scrip, No. 129, $50; 

interest on same from March 9, 1841, $65 50 

16 Robert H. McCann, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, No 
2236, for $100 ; interest on same from March 1, 1S40, $137 

25; Nos. 342 and 557, $50 each 

20 N. H. Ridgely & Co., internal improvement scrip, II and P, 

No. 4381 B,'$100 ; interest on same, $132 

22 U. S. Express Co., Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, No. 3274, 

$100 -/interest on same from March 1, 1840, $137 25 

30 N. H. Ridgely & Co., Illinois and Michigan canal scrip, No. 4, 
2146, 1995, for $100 each ; interest on the same from March 
1, 1840, $137 40 each ; No. 166, for $50 ; Nos. 31 and 261, 



34 

Statement — Continued. 



When paid. 



To whom paid — description, etc. 



1863. 


Feb. 


10 


1863. 


March 


12 


1863. 


April 


10 


1863. 


April 


17 


1863. 


April 


29 



1863. May 



29 



1863. 


Sept. 


17 


1863. 


Oct. 


6 


1863. 


Oct. 


8 


1863. 


Oct. 


12 


1863. 


Oct. 


13 


1863. 


Oct. 


13 


1863. 


Not. 


12 


1863. 


Dec. 


1 


1864. 


Jan. 


21 


1864. 


Jan. 


22 


1864. 


Feb. 


10 



for $20 each ; Nos. 3, 2, 509, 3, 89, for $10 each ; No. 241, 
for $2 50 ; and numbers 130, 758 A, B and C, 759, 150, 558 
C and D, 559 C, 919, 758 D, 759, for $1 each - 

Ira Minard, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 103 and 
706, of $100 each ; interest on same from March 1, 1840. 
$137 50 each 

E. F. Leonard, attorney, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, 
No. 1569, $100 ; interest on same from March 1, 1840, $138 

R. E. Goodell, interest certificates Illinois and Michigan Canal 
stock, No. 138, $19 50, No. 183, $10 ; three coupons each 
from Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds of 1847, Nos. 806 
and 807, payments stamped ; balance $66 

R. E. Goodell, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, No. 119, $1 
No. 384, $2 50, No. 528, $10, No. 1500, $1 

J. Bunn, attorney, twenty-six coupons from Illinois andMichi 
gan Canal bond of 1837, No. 910, less amount stamped as 
paid 

E. P. Ferry, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 331 and 
528, of $1 each ; Nos. 28, 122, 130, 183, 192, 224, 193, 226, 
281, 337. 363, 365, 385, 397, 404, 448, 456. 476, 490, of $5 
each ; No. 119, of $10; Nos. 27 and 238, of $20 each; Nos, 
1500, 1653, 1888, of $1 each ; No. 377, of $20 ; No. 501, 
502, 524, 577, 609, 647, 668, 701, 707, 708, 709, 715, 777, A 
andB, 796,822, 846, 8<0, 871, 879, 943, 977, 985, of $5 
each ; Nos. 1001, 1029, 1044, 1084, 1096, 1106, 1107, 1112, 
A and B, of $5 each ; No. 223, for $100 ; interest on the 
same from March 1, 1840, $139 44 ; No. 609, signed by Gov- 
erner Ford, $40 84 ; interest on the same from Novembei 
10, 1843, $47 87 

Jonn J. Marvin, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 512 
and 1489, of $100 each ; interest on same, $40 25 each. . . . 

Charles W. Samuel, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, No 
3667, $125 ; interest on the same from March 1, 1840 
$176 87 

N. H. Ridgely & Co., interest on internal improvement scrip, 
issued for $104 ; principal paid from state debt fund, Janu- 
ary 1, 1859, No. 1706 ; 

N. H. Ridgely & Co., arrears of interest on Illinois and Michi 
gan Canal bonds of 1847, Nos. 57 and 58, $363 on each. . . . 

S. M. Parsons, internal improvement scrip, H and P, No. 2068 

A, $100; interest on the same from March 17, 1840, $140 88 
J. Bunn, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 15 and 17, of 

$100 each; interest on the same from March 1, 1840, $141 

70 each. Internal improvement scrip, No. 3772 B, $100; 

interest on same from July 12, 1840, $139 50 

John G. Wheelan, internal improvement scrip, No. 2453 B, 

$100 ; interest on same from March 16, 1840, $142 70 

Charles Ridgelv, interest certificates Illinois and Michigan 

Canal stock, No. 139, for $38 51 ; No. 142, for $500; Nos. 

147, 148, 149, of $100 each ; No. 155, for $50 

John P. Reynolds, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, Nos. 485 

B, 2862 A, 3215 B, of $100 each ; interest on all, $431 90. . 
N. H. Ridgely & Co., Illinois and Michigan Canal sciip, Nos. 

655, 688, 820, $100 each ; interest $42 37 each 

David Ballentine, Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, No. 850, 
$877 45; interest from February 20, 1843, $1082 45; No. 
902, for $503 76 ; interest from February 12, 1847, $491 
07 ; No. 1898, $100 ; interest from March 1, 1840, $143 67. 
Fry & Manning, $14 50 



35 

Statement — Continued. 



When paid. 


To whom paid — description, etc. 


Amount. 


1864. 


Feb. 


10 


R. "W. King, nine coupons from canal bond of 1847, Nos. 102, 
569, 576, and 699, $30 each, less $20, stamped as paid 


$250 00 


1864. 


Feb. 


10 


Jacob Bunn, two coupons from canal bond of 1847, No. 44. . 


60 00 


1864. 


Feb. 


10 


E. F. Leonard, attorney, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip, No. 
2648, $100 ; interest from March 1, 1S40, $143 07 


248 67 


1864. 


Feb. 


18 


R. S. M. Donne, internal improvement scrip, (H and P,) Nos. 
342 B, 343 B,' $100 each ; No. 1436, for $135 04 ; No. 1437, 
for $134 02; interest on same from March 16, 1S40, §683 
99. Interest certificate issued to Wm. S. Smith, assignee 
of Isaac Dement, $94 00; interest from December 7, 1844, 






Feb. 


16 


$108 26 


1355 31 


1864. 


N. II. Ridgely & Co., internal improvement scrip, (H. and P,) 










Nos. 411 A, S986 A, 4002 B, 5291 B, balance $51 each ; in- 






May 


8 


terest on all from March 16, 1S40, $483 69 


687 69 


1864. 


John Johnson, internal improvement scrip, (H and P,) No. 










2416, $100; interest from March 16, 1840, $144 82 


244 82 


u 


it 


5 


Illinois and Michigan Canal scrip, No. 2738, $100 ; interest 
from March 1, 1840, $147 60 


247 60 




Total 






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No. 11. 



Tabular Statement of the number and value of domestic animals, and average value 
per head; number and value of enumerated articles, and average value of each 
article ; the value of merchandise, bankers' property, manufactured articles, monays 
and credits, bonds, stochs, etc., unenumerated property; town lots and lands, and 
railroad property listed for taxation in the several counties for the year 1862, 
and of the number of acres in cultivation in icheat, corn, and other field products, 
in 18G1, 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. . 

De Kalb 

De Witt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 
Effingham . . . 

Eavettc 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Giundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson. 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess. . . 
Johnson. 

Kane 

Kankakee.. . 
Kendall 



Horses. 



No. 



Value. 



12,590 
315 
619 
5666 
4S47 
4016 
14,550 
1699 
4220 
3661 
6797 
4658 
4582 
3790 
5028 
7551 
14,411 
3552 
3191 
10,734 
6672 
3958 
63 
9724 
2420 
2628 
5475 
1115 
3416 
12,660 
2265 
7751 
5171 
830S 
10,480 
843 
3949 
10,821 
6887 
3818 
3061 
5218 
4207 
7050 
2295 
9615 
6642 
6993 



Average 
value. 



$403,725 
14,550 
29,205 
17i»,865 
152,079 
140,606 
342,612 
I t,096 
118,042 
9:5, 640 
235,091 
130,513 
120,996 
119,494 
195,939 
279,634 
341,989 
84,302 
102,733 
242,284 
165,369 
173,216 
169,578 
344,084 
93,156 
85,660 
169,069 
42,790 
121,460 
315,406 
88,993 
238,105 
17S.296 
81,705 
283,210 
30,835 
158,940 
315,852 
245,155 
151,108 
■ 76,295 
149,062 
140,436 
117,702 
83,054 
145,889 
186,372 
181,625 



$32 08 

46 19 

47 2 
31 74 
31 38 
34 75| 
23 55: 

37 72 
27 97 
25 58 

34 59 

25 02 

26 41 

31 53 

38 97 

37 03 
23 73 

23 73 

32 19 
22 57 

24 79 
43 76 

26 55 

35 39 

38 49 

32 60 
30 88 

38 38 

35 56 
24 91 

39 29 
30 72 

34 4S 
9 83 

27 02 

36 58 

40 25 
29 19 

35 60 
39 58 

24 92 
28 

33 38 
16 70 

36 19 
15 17 

28 06 

25 97 



Neat Cattle. 



No. 



Value. 



27.249 
5S2 
2237 
11,413 
13,533 
9446 
36,439 
6425 
11,952 
9S11 
15,568 
11,505 
15,820 
9778 
11,763 
18,244 
45,571 
6693 
7742 
24,884 
12,752 
9393 
19,402 
23,446 
5915 
8748 
13,788 
3156 
S329 
26,54? 
815* 
15,225 
15,728 
7329 
30,434 
2582 
11,907 
25,212 
20,502 
9245 
7662 
16,059 
9081 
22,872 
5717 
30,346 
18,233 
13,489 



Average 
value. 



$188,637 
5810 
19,764 
78,667 
89,603 
61,126 
150,270 
66,435 
81,532 
70,847 
140.S41 
92,034 
75,380 
70,494 
90,097 
155,312 
328,964 
39,725 
53,178 
117,191 
95,655 
86.S48 
124,141 
206,275 
43,368 
66,305 
107,280 
35,901 
66,756 
170,588 
56,291 
104,949 
119,837 
57,046 
178,251 
23,159 
102,560 
129,725 
189,257 
71,175 
52,394 
79,757 
72,077 
78,327 
50,038 
134,999 
123,783 
78,956 



$6 92 
10 04 

8 84 
6 89 
6 62 
6 47 
4 12 

10 34 

6 82 

7 22 

9 05 

8 00 
4 13 
7 21 

• 7 65 
6 51 



22 
94 
87 
71 
50 
9 21 

6 35 
8 80 

7 S3 
7 58 

7 7S 
11 38 

8 01 
6 43 
6 90 

6 89 

7 62 

7 78 
5 86 

8 97 
8 61 
5 15 



28 

70 
84 
97 
94 

42 
8 75 

4 45 
6 79 

5 85 



40 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 


Horses. 


Neat Cattle. 


No. 


Value. 


Average. 


No. 


Value. 


Average. 




13,707 
6716 

19,918 
3705 
7877 
6981 
7360 

11,121 
6097 
9243 
4844 
6737 
3077 
1514 
9040 
8870 

15,759 
5107 
8082 
2721 
7423 
7318 
3512 

12,911 

11,272 
4532 
3554 
9215 
1992 
825 
3487 
7449 
3181 
6035 
2526 

14,934 
5640 
3246 
8127 
5246 
9385 
7935 

10,768 
2943 

12,871 
2422 
9897 
7125 
4124 
4088 
7882 

12,363 
3054 
9174 
7621 


$412,513 
148,490 
517,122 
111,051 
204,336 
201,975 
248,577 
352,146 
215,540 
358.631 
164,909 
162,271 
118,936 

65,501 
263,962 
212,999 
505,846 
210,470 
255,415 
150,556 
178,434 
256,130 
117/361 
294,665 
365,360 
138,664 
138,540 
285,350 

74,809 

31,535 

97,438 
249,441 
103,292 
141,183 

85,311 
486,879 
191,082 

93,256 
258,221 
126,489 
250,091 
304,681 
422,869 
119,829 
414,456 

85,434 
303,852 
151,359 
122,474 
116,033 
244,297 
361,739 

97,366 
208,980 
221,422 


$30 10 
22 11 
25 96 
29 97 
25 94 

28 93 

33 77 

31 66 
35 35 
38 80 

34 04 
24 09 
38 65 
43 26 

29 20 
24 01 

32 10 
41 21 

31 60 
55 33 
24 04 

35 00 

33 42 

22 82 

32 41 

30 60 

28 98 

30 70 

37 55 

38 22 

27 94 

33 49 

32 47 

23 39 

33 77 

29 19 
33 88 

28 73 

31 77 

24 11 
26 65 
48 31 

39 27 

40 72 

32 20 
35 27 

30 70 

21 24 

29 43 

28 38 

30 99 

29 33 

31 23 

22 78 
29 05 


29,055 
22,878 
40,478 

8434 
19,173 
15,476 
17,505 
24,048 
14,981 
24,270 
11,696 
11,627 

7408 

4629 
20,898 
30,408 
34,797 
10,502 
19,618 
. 7234 
14,144 
13,960 

8592 
28,636 
22,322 
10,480 

8749 
18,561 

6251 

2278 

6519 
14,472 

7608 
18,878 

6966 
31,556 
17,411 

6300 
19,634 
10,562 
24,329 
10,791 
18,131 

6889 
26,351 

4819 
20,198 
14,422 
12,655 

9967 
23,821 
38,771 

7515 
22,513 
15,880 


$161,987 

140,020 

232,508 

54,606 

104.582 

111,263 

148,776 

175,326 

142,227 

195^000 

97,476 

44,839 

59,936 

44,709 

131,833 

167,941 

302,287 

124,217 

180,580 

60,287 

72,559 

139,600 

70,649 

131,971 

143,724 

67,175 

109,122 

125,175 

52,031 

21,768 

34,726 

97,466 

51,994 

101,386 

61,055 

328,900 

106,101 

52,265 

146,907 

47,374 

137,446 

100,782 

150,186 

61,527 

226,055 

33,625 

129,719 

76,673 

90,912 

60,944 

154,337 

263,505 

58,995 

108,878 

105,445 


$5 58 




6 12 




5 74 




6 47 




5 45 




7 19 

8 50 




7 28 




9 49 




7 21 




8 33 




3 86 
8 09 




9 66 
6 31 




5 52 




8 69 




11 83 




6 66 




8 47 




5 13 




10 00 




8 22 


Ode 


4 61 




6 44 




6 41 


Piatt 

Pike 


12 47 
6 80 




8 32 




9 56 




5 33 




6 73 




6 83 




5 37 




8 76 




10 42 




6 09 


Scott 


8 30 


Shelby 


7 48 


Stark 


4 49 


St Clair 


5 65 




9 33 

8 28 




8 93 




8 58 
6 98 




6 42 




5 32 




7 18 




6 11 




6 48 


Will 


6 80 




7 85 




4 84 




6 64 








664,194 


$19,893,415 


$29 95 


1,603,949 


$11,032,662 


$6 88 



4:1 

Statement — Continued. 



Countv. 



Mules and Asses. 



No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


1,716 


|66,439 


$38 72 


15,291 


$19,718 


$1 2d 


101 
74 


4,155 
3,660 


41 14 
49 46 








936 


983 


1 05 


207 


6,073 


29 34 


7,896 


8,267 


1 05 


21 


570 


27 14 


9,475 


12,206 


1 29 


345 


12,425 


36 01 


8,009 


8,009 


1 00 


282 


6,395 


22 68 


4,706 


3,551 


75 


107 


5,590 


52 24 


1,496 


- 1,553 


1 04 


53 


1,520 


28 68 


2,960 


2,832 


96 


470 


16, 820 


35 79 


3,480 


3,480 


1 00 


383 


12, 766 


33 33 


7,055 


7,285 


1 03 


556 


16,415 


29 52 


11,312 


10,257 


91 


482 


9,832 


20 40 


14,325 


9,382 


65 


368 


12, 506 


33 98 


10,880 


10,558 


1 02 


2,234 


18,760 


8 39 


4,214 


4,215 


1 00 


461 


15,995 


34 70 


13,433 


14,647 


1 09 


147 


5,015 


34 12 


10,144 


11,365 


1 12 


157 


2,500 


15 92 


13,221 


11,550 


87 


117 


4,469 


38 20 


9,031 


8,905 


99 


138 


2,630 


19 06 


5,092 


5,127 


1 01 


254 


6,372 


25 09 


7,508 


7,845 


1 04 


244 


10,723 


43 95 


6,182 


6,391 


1 03 


44 


1,139 


25 89 


25, 343 


27,433 


1 08 


530 


13,899 


26 22 


24, 763 


25,402 


1 03 


168 


6,928 


41 24 


9, 153 


9,163 


1 00 


129 


4,458 


34 56 


6, 483 


6,497 


1 00 


265 


8,122 


30 65 


12, 110 


12,218 


1 01 


IS 


780 


43 38 


337 


361 


1 07 


585 


24,263 


41 48 


2,618 


2,617 


1 00 


275 


9,250 


32 63 


18,697 


19,295 


1 03 


277 


12,265 


44 28 


5,089 


5,089 


1 00 


721 


23,142 


32 10 


11,219 


12,210 


1 09 


74 


2,725 


36 82 


464 


515 


1 11 


241 


7,767 


32 23 


7, 880 


7,880 


1 00 


949 


32,217 


33 95 


9,564 


11,148 


1 17 


67 


2,491 


37 18 


2,872 


2,873 


1 00 


363 


18,445 


50 81 


2,876 


3,475 


1 21 


283 


8,816 


31 15 


6,053 


5,940 


98 


124 


5,040 


40 65 


6,021 


8,196 


1 36 


346 


14,803 


42 78 


5,311 


5,904 


1 11 


148 


4,416 


29 84 


9,582 


9,450 


99 


935 


25,149 


26 90 


14, 594 


14,593 


1 00 


278 


14,203 


51 09 


2, 670 


2,670 


1 00 


207 


3,289 


15 89 


3,819 


2,833 


74 


340 


13,814 


40 63 


5,590 


5,590 


1 00 


79 


1,195 


15 13 


18,279 


18,439 


1 01 


192 


4,804 


25 02 


8,089 


7,037 


87 


159 


3,473 


21 84 


6,691 


5,587 


83 


546 


16,665 


30 52 


8,231 


8,471 


1 03 


52 


1,209 


23 25 


35,924 


34,200 


95 


281 


8,255 


29 37 


5,122 


4,820 


94 


234 


7,740 


33 08 


8,915 


8,870 


99 


74 


1,795 


24 26 


2,599 


2,262 


87 


225 


7,337 


32 61 


2,405 


2,369 


99 


415 


16,219 


39 08 


15,113 


18,740 


1 24 


1,036 


34,218 


83 03 


1 13,415 


13,991 


1 04 



Sheep. 



42 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Macon 

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 41,038 



Mules and Asses. 



No. Value. 



562 
L,500 
461 
141 
744 
294 
751 
65 
659 
588 
315 
285 
578 
784 
121 
267 
336 
554 
151 
955 
375 
109 
47 
542 
230 
190 
315 



1, 



291 
587 
97 
173 
,428 
324 
330 
395 
126 
783 
565 
450 
362 
160 
319 
516 
103 
167 



194 
824 
805 
249 
152 
619 
833 
916 
994 
020 
259 
437 
875 
360 
042 
546 
693 
853 
202 
110 
155 
264 
505 
209 
261 
045 
488 
312 
74V 
953 
407 
804 
615 
482 
015 
967 
165 
790 
744 
615 
362 
759 
319 
127 
774 
572 
505 



$1,400,900 



Average 
value. 



$35 93 
54 55 

27 78 

30 13 
51 28 
49 72 

37 06 

29 48 
33 37 
40 85 

38 92 
43 63 
20 54 
40 00 
32 58 

28 26 
37 78 
32 24 

54 32 

31 53 
40 41 

39 12 

32 02 

33 60 

31 57 

26 55 
39 64 

32 35 

37 99 

30 77 

27 95 

28 91 

26 68 

55 66 
46 34 
45 35 

33 33 

38 02 
32 88 
24 10 

27 47 

32 48 

33 24 
22 34 

28 63 
24 97 
32 96 



$34 14 



Sheep. 



No. 



6,207 

4,570 

9,552 

1,346 

1,778 

2,981 

12,000 

28,649 

15,677 

10,689 

2,443 

1,794 

12,857 

7,123 

11,731 

3,808 

3,014 

7,523 

5,312 

11,278 

5,611 

870 

1,717 

6,205 

6,860 

1,886 

6,743 

61,375 

9,914 

4,528 

28,383 

2,666 

7,066 

2,921 

6,713 

6,810 

30,968 

5,467 

6,451 

6,105 

14,094 

10,713 

2,109 

10,918 

10,001 

10,466 

3,097 



913,024 



Value. 



$7,113 

4,934 

9,552 

725 

1,664 

3,005 

11,499 

28,622 

15,665 

21,378 

2,836 

1,847 

12,882 

7,123 

14,230 

3,797 

3,070 

7,523 

7,147 

9,278 

5,649 

885 

1,717 

6,257 

8,191 

1,421 

6,760 

87,992 

10,640 

4,533 

28,367 

2,649 

7,194 

3,077 

8,317 

6,417 

42,208 

8,272 

6,337 

6,144 

14,051 

10,713 

2,288 

10,385 

10,074 

10,484 

3,109 



$982,285 



4:3 

Statement — C ontinoed . 



Countv. 



Hojrs. 



No. 



72,241 



6266 
15,919 

5767 
20,208 
32,329 
14,256 

9561 
14,678 
42,851 
26,379 
25.2S3 
18,387 
19,422 
36,132 
16,997 
18,342 
17,612 
16,020 

4883 
22,541 
10,892 
56,294 
10,819 
15,754 
24,208 

4098 
23,881 
82,948 
18,553 
33,243 

7381 
14,592 
58,577 

7544 
35,406 
37,708 
26,694 
21,905 
17,149 
29,133 
13,440 
25,902 
15.364 
13,815 
13,844 
12,453 
81,581 

9155 
35,029 
17,504 
15,445 
19,760 
27,062 
42,249 



Value. 



§S6,790 



6268 
12,674 
11,394 
15,914 
33,369 
17,536 
11,520 
15,119 
73,665 
26,379 
20,722 
14,748 
23,158 
54,569 
27,330 
11,915 
19,193 
10,625 
26,364 
44,812 
12,881 
99,142 
11,020 
14,790 
24,083 

7491 
23,541 
85,158 
20,421 
42,796 
11,039 
14,476 
58,687 

7492 
60 974 
37,617 
50,975 
21,906 
14,173 
16,118 
15,215 
24,266 
15,364 
1S.167 
16,762 
15,248 
84,723 

8854 
39,394 
18,292 
17,152 
22,152 
46,627 
52,684 



Average 
value. 



Carriages and Wagons. 



$1 20 



1 00 
80 

1 9S 
79 

1 03 

1 23 



20 



1 03 

1 72 

1 0()| 

82 

80 

1 19 

1 51 

1 61 

65 

1 09 

66 

40 

99 

18 

76 

02 

94 

99 

1 83 

99 

1 03 

1 10 

1 29 

1 50 

99 

1 00 

99 

72 

00 

91 



1 
1 
1 
1 00 

83 

55 
1 13 

94 
1 00 
1 31 
1 21 
1 22 
1 04 

97 
1 12 
1 05 
1 11 
1 12 
1 72 
1 25 



No. 



5164 

276 

257 

1443 

1602 

1394 

4286 

525 

1793 

1326 

2411 

1547 

2165 

1397 

1861 

2386 

6999 

1056 

1064 

3128 

1866 

1262 

2644 

2924 

909 

1035 

1648 

391 

969 

4031 

819 

2136 

1518 

442 

4200 

226 

1577 



1978 
1182 
1081 
1650 
1661 
2674 
712 
3376 
2253 
20S2 
4388 
2696 
6078 
1205 
2660 
2205 
1936 
3507 



Value. 



$103,951 
11,680 

7348 
34,160 
26,613 
29,515 
66,216 
14,228 
39,769 
20,063 
56,124 
29,302 
31,460 
34,467 
41,964 
61,645 
165,881 
17,507 
22,368 
45,661 
40,083 
35,567 
38,200 
77,875 
27,778 
23,091 
35,048 

8341 

4562 
76,992 
23,900 
51,580 
29,398 

2461 
75,472 

5120 
39,096 
57,465 
44,105 
29,468 
19,100 
30,656 
46,442 
29,122 
18,979 
45,866 
34,917 
26,305 
90,182 
32,744 
98,406 
28,425 
37,920 
35,394 
46,936 
75,727 



Average 


value. 


$20 


IP, 


42 


32 


28 


59 


23 


67 


16 


g] 


21 


17 


15 


45 


27 


10 


22 


18 


15 


in 


23 


28 


18 


'J 3 


14 


53 


24 


67 


22 


65 


25 


SI 


23 


70 


16 


58 


21 


02 


14 


59 


21 


48 


28 


IS 


14 


4 5 


26 


63 


30 


56 


22 


31 


21 


•J 7 


21 


33 


4 


71 


19 


10 


29 


IS 


24 


15 


19 


:;t 


5 


57 


17 


91 


22 


65 


24 


79 


22 


30 


24 


93 


17 


58 


18 


58 


27 


96 


10 


89 


26 


66 


13 


59 


15 


50 


12 


63 


20 


55 


12 


15 


16 


19 


23 


59 


14 


26 


16 


05 


24 


24 


21 


5.9 



44 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Macon 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall. . . . 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough. 
McHenr, .. . . 

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 2,601,395 3,198,807 



Hogs. 



Xo. 



2*7,830 
29,042 
18,095 
20,783 
12,517 
11,283 
52,634 
15,358 
69,468 
15,990 
52,528 
12,321 
18,510 
27,021 
16,178 
30,158 
52,475 
15,454 
16,975 
50,453 
5707 
7079 
8788 
21,769 
14,191 
30,238 
19,664 
56,658 
34,754 
14,794 
44,441 
22,689 
33,226 
19,251 
38,270 
21,848 
69,602 
9710 
72,897 
20,532 
17,218 
26,819 
28,782 
18,550 
25,216 
13,707 
34,666 



Value. 



Average 
value. 



53 

20 
20 
15 
14 
52 
16 
75 
47 
58 
13 
19 
54 
19 
29 
67 
15 
30 
70 
5 
7 
12 
20 
13 
27 
19 
84 
40 
19 
43 
22 
33 
24 
58 
22 
114 
21 
77 
18 
17 
21 
32 
23 
29 
16 
40 



812 
145 
742 
799 
992 
522 
249 
719 
494 
049 
967 
323 
017 
042 
945 
393 
192 
197 
764 
150 
832 
780 
873 
792 
054 
883 
971 
373 
099 
272 
459 
851 
284 
002 
458 
063 
286 
154 
728 
8S4 
551 
452 
554 
697 
958 
043 
197 



$1 47 
1 83 



1 15 

1 00 
1 28 
1 29 
99 
1 09 

1 09 

2 94 
1 12 
1 08 

1 03 

2 00 
1 23 

97 
1 28 
98 
81 
39 
02 

10 

46 

96 

92 

92 

1 02 

1 49 

1 15 

1 30 

98 

1 01 

1 00 



1 25 
1 53 
1 01 

1 64 

2 18 
1 07 

92 

1 02 

80 



$1 23 



Carriages and Wagons. 



No. 



2164 
4065 
1647 
2162 
1458 

645 
3166 
3340 
4684 
1441 
2392 
1610 
2070 
3582 

980 
3783 
4185 
1291 
1115 
3752 

621 

328 
1088 
2365 
1262 
2361 

799 
4186 
1899 
1105 
2389 



3383 
3186 
3558 
1209 
3363 

928 
3115 
2975 
1488 
1428 
2733 
4332 

810 
3597 
2489 



Value. 



$54,678 
120,900 
45.285 
38,885 
38,414 
17,685 
63,476 
45,599 
94,008 
40,779 
46,182 
40,686 
36,309 
71,640 
26,149 
46,508 
93,262 
33,710 
28,695 
74,262 
18,979 
9482 
20,779 
61,825 
25,413 
36,567 
20,304 
98,133 
45,481 
28,459 
55,888 
23,568 
63,188 
89,904 
94,835 
34,962 
82,176 
20,779 
71,443 
35,388 
30,756 
31,262 
54,935 
70,447 
22,483 
53,007 
49,087 



220,530 4,589,287! 



* The number of carriages and wagons not being reported by the Clerks of Henry and Stark counties, the 
average value of that class of property is computed on the total number and value of the same in counties from 
which complete returns have been received. In the return from Cook county, the number of clocks and 
watches, and pianos, are included in the same aggregate, and in the item of uneiiumeruted property, I have 
included the sum of $55,100, returned as the value of ships, vessels, etc., and $261,241, returned as additions. 



45 

Statement — Continued. 



Countv. 



Adams 

City of Quincy 
Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland .. . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPa^e 

Edgar" 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Haneoek , 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall , 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan •_■ • 

Macoupin 

Macon 



Clocks and Watches. 



Xo. 



3991 

325 
99 

19S 
1494 
1087 
3324 

413 
1625 

548 
1673 

962 
1720 

973 
1444 
2080 
4622 

754 

695 
2733 
1636 

868 
1744 
2288 

697 

819 
1197 

326 

635 
3445 

728 
1311 
1008 

588 
3977 

256 
1233 
3275 
1617 
1039 

747 
1127 
11 OS 
1S40 

633 
4096 
1378 
1448 
3247 
1949 
4816 
1076 
2504 
1732 
1615 
2605 
1972 



Value. 



117,782 

6605 
1201 
1982 
3575 
3773 
7006 
27S9 
3426 
3370 
9893 
5205 
4362 
4399 
3968 

12,507 

81,864 
2771 
263 
4450 
6691 
5584 
3113 

11,899 
3218 
3253 
4171 
143S 
3590 
8410 
7206 
S555 
2S60 
9108 

12,790 
1615 
4462 
8830 
7080 
6256 
2292 
4S12 
572! 
3800 
3401 
9824 
4185 
2713 

12,959 
3^96 

14,080 
4252 
559 L 
4863 
8519 
9699 

12,035 



Average 
value. 



82 95 
20 32 
12 13 
10 01 

2 39 

3 47 
2 11 



6 75 
2 11 
6 15 
5 91 

5 41 
2 54 
4 52 

2 75 

6 01 
17 71 

3 68 

3 79 
1 63 

4 09 
6 43 

1 78 

5 20 
4 62 
3 97 

3 48 

4 41 

5 65 

2 44 
9 90 

6 53 

2 84 
15 49 

3 21 
6 31 

3 62 

2 70 

4 38 
6 02 

3 i>7 

4 27 

5 17 
2 07 
5 37 
2 40 
:■■ u4 

87 



Pianos. 



No. 



Value. 



1 

3 

1 69 

2 92 

3 95 
2 23 

2 81 

5 27 

3 72 

6 10 



33 
82 

1 
14 
29 

3 
111 

3 
27 
35 
59 

8 
16 
10 
13 
29 



57 
4 
13 
52 
32 
12 
5 
11 



51 

23 

24 

33 

1 

47 

3 

15 

8S 

26 

8 

1 

2 

50 

99 



187 
31 
30 

102 
56 

204 
3 
84 
20 
22 
56 
49 



$2066 

6410 

75 

1160 

1620 

300 
3931 

145 
1674 
1660 
4330 

650 

572 
1215 
1115 
3580 

ISO 

120 

2489 

280 

1845 

1862 

433S 

840 

310 

985 

ISO 

150 

2175 

3040 

2875 

2085 

25 

27SS 

300 

1575 

4627 

1912 

1200 

50 

125 

3262 

2645 



8370 

9u0 

1004 

8330 

195 1 ; 

11,S41 
200 
3516 
985 
1705 
4322 
4915 



46 



Statement — Continued. 





Clocks and Watches. 


Pianos. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
yalue. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 




2525 

1406 

1982 

1166 

836 

2795 

3210 

4757 

1040 

1928 

1195 

1659 

2100 

669 

3565 

2925 

1149 

790 

2941 

586 

344 

937 

2302 

1273 

2586 

590 

3292 

1567 

673 

1672 

1379 

3343 

1239 

2112 

1178 

2512 

746 

2353 

1456 

1099 

1019 

2797 

3477 

641 

3510 

2062 


12,080 
7<27 
42 SO 
5555 
4441 
7860 
6205 
20,470 
6489 
6389 
2791 
5916 

11,460 
3273 
6413 

11,417 
5994 
4627 

11,605 
2418 
2991 
2118 
9171 
4289 
8515 
3450 

20,501 
7947 
1671 
8582 
2341 
7312 
5266 

10,242 
9233 

12,228 
2589 
9092 
2895 
4599 
4684 
7936 

10,993 
3933 
9385 
6599 


$4 78 
5 50 
2 13 

4 85 

5 81 

2 81 

1 93 

4 30 

6 24 

3 31 

2 34 

3 57 

5 46 

4 89 

1 80 
3 90 

5 22 
5 86 

3 95 

4 12 
8 69 

2 26 

3 98 
3 87 

3 29 

5 85 

6 23 
5 07 
2 48 
5 13 

1 70 

2 19 

4 25 
4 85 

7 84 
4 87 

3 47 

3 86 

1 99 

4 18 

4 6( 

2 84 

5 16 

6 14 

2 67 

3 2C 


108 
19 
47 
23 

8 

27 

87 

117 

6 

12 

16 

22 

110 

1 
50 
94 

4 

6 
48 

6 

3 
21 
21 
27 
85 


10,800 

1825 

2336 

2705 

900 

2620 

5369 

7655 

675 

770 

803 

2060 

11,000 

74 

2355 

6525 

250 

355 

3105 

800 

400 

1075 

2304 

1196 

50L5 


$100 00 




96 05 


Marshall 


49 70 




117 61 




112 50 




97 04 
61 71 




65 43 




112 50 




64 17 




50 19 




93 64 




100 00 




74 00 


Ogle 


47 10 




69 41 




62 50 


Pike 


59 17 


Piatt 


64 69 




133 34 


Pulaski 


133 34 




51 20 




109 71 




44 30 




59 00 








115 
22 
15 
21 
11 
71 
44 
60 


10,890 
2668 
1300 
1E20 
610 
3789 
3670 
5320 


94 70 




121 27 




86 67 


Shelby 


86 67 




55 45 


St Clair 


53 37 




83 41 

88 67 




36 

7 
28 

9 
15 

5 

88 

115 

1 

158 

20 


4718 

435 

2121 

635 

423 

420 

3517 

7912 

100 

8335 

1012 


131 06 


Wabash 


62 14 




75 75 




71 67 


"White 


28 20 
84 00 




39 97 


Will 


68 80 




100 00 




52 75 




50 60 








1 178,813 


1 $735,661 


$4 11 


3795 


$2c3,477 


1 $66 79 



47 
Statement — Continued. 



County. 



roll. 



Goods and 
merch'dise. 



Value. 



$41,890 

175,210 
51,170 
26.430 
25,365 
21,556 
57,341 
11,392 
3S,420 
27,175 
59,552 
31,060 
19,285 
38,146 
26,340 
113,952 
,772,697 
16,253 

8885 
41 678 
28,185 
33,985 
20,865 
68,275 
11,950 
11,885 
3S.725 

4745 

6595 
85,798 
71,960 
47,104 
42,441 

5745 
67,853 

7500 
29,780 
73.447 
34,012 
40,617 

7050 
17,750 
40,000 
96,880 
27,006 
78,478 
41,005 
20,260 
130,197 
21,772 
164,558 
14,835 
35,917 
36,0 9 
54,192 



Bankers' 
property. 



Value. 



$20,000 



1000 

25,000 

11,130 

3000 

1000 



25,000 

30 

1100 



600 



25,000 
600 



40S0 



3996 
2200 



7000 
13,000 



8850 
1000 



500 

12,200 



560 
10,000 



Manufact'd 
articles. 



Value. 



$33,229 
44,200 
25,806 

6275 
2922 
1449 
3401 
15 
6850 
3830 
6802 
4925 
1697 
3874 



4984 



565 

420 

1708 

7509 

724 

2551 

12,223 

2580 

2255 

4050 

515 

875 

12,513 

5940 

6265 

2495 

855 

11.057 

53 

1370 



4509 
5040 
457 
1938 
5696 
6373 



11,809 

3220 

1505 

13,442 

680 

23,750 

915 

1335 

709 

5765 



Moneys and 
credits. 



Value. 



$331,973 
95,350 



81,774 
70,550 
76,730 
65,273 
31,003 

113,958 
61,650 

103,117 
46,348 
80,791 
65,620 
44,1S4 

180,618 
1,439,408 
13,740 
21,729 
56,421 
77,814 
82,550 
92,913 

251,919 
93,840 
14,209 
30,012 
8205 
20,122 

202,790 
75,092 

237,180 
41,622 
14,130 

162,380 
8760 
41,590 
84,725 
62,836 
67,839 
27,896 
76,778 

142,llii 
44,893 
29,594 

131,579 
27,450 
57,069 

216,654 
50-.148 

120,974 
40,866 
44,379 
42,924 

182,449 



Bonds, 

stocks, etc. 



48 



Statement — Continued. 



Count} 7 . 



Macoupin. . . 

Macon 

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. . 



Goods and 
merch'dise. 



Value. 



Total 8,669,432 



$80,799 
89,359 

373,000 
47,905 
41,371 
33,425 
20,045 
59,000 
56,775 

166,819 
37,150 
60,008 
40,661 
39,093 

162,040 

6660 

49,487 

419,475 
32,425 
19,519 
95,210 
13,670 
12,680 
17,435 
91,395 
36,498 
84,473 
10,245 

314,360 
30,575 
26,560 
47,229 
11,805 
97,903 

139,615 
82,210 
73,13 
94,402 
14,495 
49,225 
32,444 
13,559 
35,620 
50,979 
90,819 
29,050 
84,685 
32,969 



Bankers' 
property. 



Value. 



$12,500 
10,500 
78,000 



210 

2040 



2000 
49,000 



115 



70,000 



6000 
80,000 



Manufact'd 
articles. 



54,000 
400 
850 



5505 



9649 



6184 



3000 



735 
75 



50,112 



490 

50,000 
22,000 



690,211 



Value. 



Moneys and 
credits. 



$1135 
8350 
310,000 
4820 
6594 
3235 
665 
3172 
5894 

17,607 

2225 

2200 

2695 

785 

20,080 
1000 
5371 

29,765 
249 
2590 
9230 
3657 
6560 
151 
7623 
5153 

19,673 
100 

27,406 

6950 

3890 

7863 

215 

22,497 

58.910 

11,205 



12,299 

8370 

2315 

515 

652 

5110 

8798 

10,581 



42,955 
6060 



Value. 



Bonds, 
stock, etc. 



$105,518 

72.550 

360,000 

76,220 

79,705 

58,858 

29,592 

112,355 

121,765 

347,218 

140,590 

111,654 

86,643 

88,273 

445,380 

36,157 

91,419 

244,603 

61,649 

75,057 

410,375 

23,380 

24,213 

49,400 

119,832 

122,582 

127,813 

15,598 

663,125 

104,574 

103,376 

233,170 

70,013 

105,773 

297,815 

203,445 

142,401 

364,713 

55,772 

159,158 

70,032 

73,436 

46,765 

103,383 

163,393 

12.647 

100,281 

128,837 



215 

3500 



1,034,702 12,719,036 398,204 



49 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quincy 
Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland.. . 

DeKalb 

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 

Macoupin 

Macon 

—5 



Unenumer- 
ated pro- 
perty. 



$160,718 

102,615 
96,367 
56,869 
44,470 
61,543 

125,048 
30,027 
65,623 
37,161 

138,590 
75,874 
96,382 
64,495 

255,340 

170,481 

895,754 
41,649 
41,330 
62,128 
82,081 

123,434 
60,375 

165,469 
43,579 
30,164 
60,383 
19,922 
55,163 

194,949 
62,990 
60,895 
51,354 
29,264 

124,236 
26,220 
53,033 
94,983 
98,991 
78,464 
34,814 
32,311 
88,482 
58,109 
38,622 

114,872 
61,242 
43.735 

236,228 
31,396 

185,622 
76,902 
64,405 
90,271 
98,083 

114,699 

121,550 



Deductions, 



$63,823 
10 

1530 
17,071 
21,287 
16,785 
39,060 

8633 
37,044 

1615 
42,696 

6758 
17,173 

9076 



Total v:^lue 
of personal 
property. 



37,521 



1742 

8735 

45,778 

18,644 

22,274 

18,978 

54,428 

11,538 

8947 

3000 

12,121 



9997 

6032 

12,410 

34,521 

9442 

36,573 



1910 
32,836 
70,214 
14,720 

5695 
13,340 

9310 

3921 



18,796 
32,235 
10,764 
39,381 
22,313 
10,937 
5869 
15,767 
35,::85 
38,097 
26,340 
15,641 



$1,387,794 
523,960 
240,346 
477,125 
419,830 
416,161 
827,861 
261,176 
462,432 
358,700 
807,375 
462,204 
453,688 
430,990 
705,080 

1,030,416 

6,070.267 
241,235 
302,232 
546,644 
528,097 
583,105 
537,073 

1,239,962 
338,982 
253,930 
494,896 
118,548 
354,694 

1,177,327 
457,655 
825,996 
450,146 
221,020 
977,658 
116,418 
513,390 
794,642 
684,144 
487,817 
242,692 
435,709 
574,657 
481,318 
285,462 
712,671 
480,442 
426,716 

1,353,800 
455,203 

1,445,829 
361,085 
512,823 
521,426 
848,491 

1,006,424 
790,182 



Town lots. 



$226,019 
2,877,170 
1,472.772 
111,200 
125,908 
106,487 
341,052 

10,313 
133,719 
328,054 
268,044 
176,978 
115,784 
105,421 
197,295 
406,137 
26,556,277 

53,721 

27,572 
190,009 
171,360 
107,164 
130,074 
234,119 

62,118 
109,610 
114,412 

24,397 

27,035 
496,888 
208,576 
221,570 
294,857 

39,790 
775,194 

29,490 
169,223 
315,784 
157,915 
231,152 

23,042 

82,889 
210,910 
446,141 

30,184 
837,471 
367,649 

76,793 

1,028,114 

251,857 

1,617,936 

68,687 
331,728 
136,560 
396.100 
466,210- 
718,765 



Lands. 



$3,486,271 

649,570 
1,034,795 

894,736 

755,882 
2,550,238 

382,659 
1,087,727 
1,575,776 
2,145,994 
1,538,995 

722,772 

922,244 

1,445,561 

1,812,215 

and lands. 

616,895 

823,807 
1,975,881 
1,410,835 
1,664,806 
1,499,178 
2,838,001 

577,281 

842,950 
1,180,486 

666,141 

709,787 
2,931,818 

680,465 
2,097,610 
1,314.321 

863;S73 
2,530,384 

348,973 
1,121,580 
1,800,223 
1,950,944 
1,241,693 

777,585 

902,726 
1,571,305 
1,313,561 

488,830 
1,810,917 
1,457,108 
1,064,000 
3,338,256 
1,257,841 
3,334,923 

948,611 
1,762,119 
2,048,424 
2,868,846 
2,534,333 
1,979,490 



50 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Madison 

Marion 

Marshall. . . . 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough. 
McIIenry . . . 
McLean 
Menard .... 

Morcer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 
Morgan . . . 
Meultrie. . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam .... 
Kandolph. . . 
Kichland • . . 
Kock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 
Schuyler . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson 
Tazewell . . . 

Union 

Vermilion . . 
Wabash 
Warren 
Washington . 

Wayne , 

White 

Whitesides . , 

Will 

Williamson . , 
Winnebago . , 
Woodford . . ■ 



Total 10,380,033 



Unenumer- 
ated pro- 
perty. 



,194 
75,792 
67,119 
86,100 
52,782 

105,781 
73,716 

234,412 
81,588 
99,264 
73,843 
62,086 

116,004 
49,590 

125,504 

280,062 
67,841 
58,090 

135,126 
38,431 
56,844 
38,495 

136,000 
54,267 

103,643 
39,255 

387,096 
50,211 
54,685 
99,843 
38,467 

113,362 

216,877 

194,037 
85,232 

193,008 
27,650 

104,977 
64,680 
39,739 
40,221 

112,041 

146,829 
52,126 

151,964 
83,403 



Deductions. 



$65,500 

2980 

3566 

24,572 

6079 

33,617 

22,314 

101,796 

36,930 

21,230 

6367 

15,333 

4949 
38,954 
18,294 

1190 
52,011 
24,224 

4104 
800 

7676 
13,233 
53,900 
12,031 



140,287 
16,805 



6472 

19,021 

22,879 

309,755 

32,708 

5823 
68,713 

2506 
31,660 

3826 
18,757 

5137 
36,230 
77,219 



5951 
34,242 



Total value 
of personal 
property. 



$2,075,008 
572,978 
470,328 
441,375 
262,387 
810,050 
723,206 

1,803,754 
707,250 
765,294 
480,616 
513,956 

1,399,459 
344,181 
761,475 

1,816,222 
449,584 
430,697 

1,288,752 
254,707 
179,782 
271,975 
812,587 
379,490 
669,535 
277,587 

2,418,728 
600.449 
398,220 
941,559 
330,365 
823,725 

1,020,476 

1,227,561 
563,941 

1,505,956 
291,469 
910,396 
469,438 
451,869 
387,346 
745,054 

1,096,783 
381,506 
813,833 
652,903 



Town lots. 



$1,906 
295 
325 
230 
143 
372 
305 
839 
193 
197 
196 
172 
1,435 

30 
266 
2,763 
230. 
116 
371 

58 
201 

68 
437 
141 
285 

45 

2,465 

174 

156 

157 

70 
523 
1,618 
750 
205 
387 
127 
361 
135 

61 
139 
366 
702 

51 

2,193 

193 



183 
107 
785 
966 
920 
118 
638 
728 
755 
542 
260 
036 
090 
375 
853 
451 
801 
078 
305 
698 
403 
567 
380 
827 
715 
654 
151 
432 
736 
906 
068 
990 
240 
098 
971 
587 
006 
059 
617 
358 
687 
468 
165 
366 
536 
864 



2,468,354 73,509,758 67,316,236 160,771,760 



51 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



ne 


173,957 

49,937 

689,711 


»au 




oil 


35,465 

20,000 

118,134 








k 






114,562 






129,760 
2,002,847 


i 








alb 


143,145 


T\tt 








219,116 
121,028 












1710 


, , 








17,751 










161,503 






73,438 


lin 




43,343 

264,575 

64,798 


























348,053 





Railroad 
property. 



$132,841 



103,533 
293,006 
101,456 
365,594 
99,561 
152,601 
194,937 
130,391 
281,348 



Total value of 
real and per 
sonal prop 
erty. 



$5,232,925 
3,401,130 
2,362,688 
1,623,120 
1,614,431 
1,328,467 
4,408,862 

654,148 
1,719,343 
2,282,530 
8,339,547 
2.178,177 
1,292,244 
1,573,217 
2,347,936 
3,378,528 
34,629,391 

911,851 
1,153,611 
2,855,679 
2,110,292 
2,355,075 
2,385,441 
4,432,110 

978,381 
1,206,490 
1,791,504 

809,086 
1,091,516 
4,623,784 
1,346,696 
3,145,176 
2,220,827 
1,124,683 
4,356,674 

494,881 
1,847,536 
3,175,224 
2.857,801 
1,960,662 
1,043, 319 
1,421,324 
2,356,872 
2,241,020 

804,476 
3,709,112 
2,305,199 
1,671,042 
6,013,176 
2,066,357 
6,764,282 
1,477,944 
2,759,271 
2,901,347 
4,243,828 
4,288,315 



Acres in cultivation. 



Wheat. 



38,207 



2,542 

7,971 
36,342 

9,301 
99,260 

7,509 
not 
12,722 
15,952 
26,058 
13,920 
12,784 
29,717 
16,854 
30,587 
16,889 

8,361 
89,330 
25,401 

7,220 

not 

25,652 

7,092 

7,173 
13,223 

3,654 

9,249 
26,141 

6,487 
22,284 

8,811 
10,856 
28,508 

3,576 
25,460 
79,199 
11,268 
18,358 

9,794 
743 
26,887 
33,773 
731 
41,870 
24,938 
21,991 
48,704 
31,313 
90,760 
13,680 
58,535 
27,563 
30,739 
36,402 



Corn. 



97,155 



4,905 
35,825 
14,020 
23,049 
103,909 
10,315 

returned. 
41,778 
75,229 
45,764 
30,440 
31,201 
35,707 
59,457 
30,275 
29,607 
26,024 
41,190 
46,777 
33,702 

reported. 
64,076 
15,274 
20,066 
39,527 
12,528 
26,011 
66,207 
22,845 
45,323 
46,699 
24,151 
94,493 
7,769 
46,925 
77,791 
58,099 
19,062 
25,303 
12,565 
26,694 
35,447 
18,112 
30,449 
54,673 
43,472 
109,887 
13,962 
162,818 
26,034 
39,522 
54,181 
62,526 
79,488 



Other field 
products. 



52 



/Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Macon 

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... 111,326,595 $312,924,349 



Railroad 
property. 



$113,510 

219,559 

10,611 

74,306 

36,000 



400,533 
362,866 
302,149 



160,779 
165,955 



64,354 

225,377 



82,663 



31,416 



88,668 
246,005 



404,763 



122,685 



169,244 

229,411 

50,451 



112,963 
53,038 



220,118 

378,359 

314,220 

38,491 



Total value of 
real and per 
sonal prop 
erty. 



$3,601,947 
8,170,310 
2,059,577 
2,004,440 
2,257,628 
1,095,396 
3,736,412 
3,376,007 
6,813,409 
2,519,115 
2,655,792 
1,765,561 
2,193,693 
6,532,109 
1,322,349 
3,082,941 
7,950,931 
1,642,969 
2,064,697 
3,747,688 
971,869 
706,577 
878,799 
2,866,337 
1,581,951 
2,892,371 
790,842 
10,179,438 
2,020,246 
1,331,295 
2,775,122 
1,319,854 
3,344,763 
7,456,143 
5,251,151 
1,751,204 
5,055,907 
955,925 
3,615,315 
1,810,853 
1,434,252 
1,198,617 
3,144,285 
4,953,703 
3,884,207 
2,436,496 
1,054,308 



Acres in cultivation 



Wheat. 



29,751 

no 

10,325 

40,256 

3,266 

7,654 
38,450 
56,438 
63,611 
12,849 
41,552 
11,964 
22,239 
38,160 

4,515 
87,997 
27,254 
15,426 
12,260 
no 
10,830 

3,922 
13,00b 
44,075 
10,005 
30,234 

3,071 
41,255 

9,616 
16,000 
19,607 
38,577 
65,718 
55,755 
32,724 
20,053 
17,787 

8,861 
29,826 



16,344 
13,270 
62,647 
33,783 
78,511 
34,627 
no 



2,546,409 



Corn. 



59,721 

report. 

36,560 
44,710 
9,712 
13,580 
75,983 
23,850 
123,149 
48,961 
57,977 
13,410 
55,755 
80,720 
18,672 
44,317 
78,857 
25,904 
40,167 

report. 

20,092 
4,576 
18,749 
29,039 
15,033 
33,737 
14,899 
114,908 
32,577 
27,664 
65,202 
36,427 
41,804 
43,178 
84,095 
20,087 
90,499 
12,639 
82,328 
no 
34,795 
31,259 
48,865 
64,916 
37,100 
57,915 

report. 



4,212,696 



Other field 
products. 



12,036 



6,065 
10,031 

1,399 

2,247 
13,694 
19,903 
17,931 

8,402 
15,782 
11,050 
13,411 
12,000 

3,426 
22,865 
21,857 

7,370 

4,821 



2,577 
377 

3,093 
10,753 

5,527 

7,342 

1,415 
21,205 

6,775 

2,124 
14,812 

6,482 
19,692 
19,397 
19,665 

5,962 
10,561 

2,012 
16,395 



report 



7,273 
5,655 
13,988 
34,578 
23,020 
12,948 



1,105,148 



53 



RECAPITULATION. 



Horses 

Neat cattle. 
Mules and asses. 
Sheep 



Carriages and wagons 

Clocks and watches 

Pianos 

Goods and merchandise 

Bankers', brokers', and stock jobbers' property. 

Manufactured articles 

Moneys and credits 

Bonds, stocks, joint stock companies, etc 

Unenumerated property 



Aggregate . 
Deductions. 



Total value. of taxable personal property. 

Railroad property 

Lands 

Town lots 



Number. 



664,194 

1,603,949 

41.038 

913,024 

2,601,395 

220,530 

178,813 

3795 



Amount. 



Total value of real and personal property. 



$19,893,415 

11,032,662 

1,400,900 

982,285 

3,198,807 

4,589,387 

735,661 

253,477 

8,669,432 

690,211 

1,034,702 

12,719,036 

398.204 

10,380,033 

$75,978,112 
2,468,354 

$73,509,758 
11,326,595 

160,771,760 
67,316,236 



$312,924,349 



Average 
value. 



Total number of acres in corn 

" " " in wheat 

" " " in other field products. 



Total number of acres in cultivation. 



$29 95 
6 88 

34 14 
1 08 
1 23 

20 44 
4 11 

66 79 



4,212,696 
2,546,409 
1,105,148 



7,864,253 



54 



No. 12. 

Tabular Statement of the number and value of domestic animals, and average 
value per head ; number and value of enumerated articles, and average value 
of each article ; the value of merchandise, ba?i7cers' property, manufactured 
articles, moneys and credits, bonds, stocks, etc., unenumerated property, town 
lots and lands, and railroad property, listed for taxation, in the several coun- 
ties, for the year 1863, and of the number of acres in cultivation in wheat, 
com and other field products, in 1862, as returned to the Auditor's office. 





Horses. 


Neat Cattle. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
,value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 




12,901 

351 

915 

5834 

5043 

4027 

15,295 
1633 
4106 
3833 
7752 
5093 
4082 
3961 


$442,945 

17,010 

39,103 

207,115 

143,989 

158,659 

345,460 

67,888 

110,869 

109,550 

262,999 

149,028 

100,240 

134,164 


$34 33 
48 46 
42 74 
35 50 
28 55 
39 40 
22 59 
41 57 

27 00 

28 58 
33 93 

29 26 
24 56 
33 87 


30,471 
487 

3041 
11,128 
14,371 

9940 
33,938 

6381 
10,860 
11,193 
19,769 
14,584 
16,204 

9759 


$220,543 

4900 

31,902 

91,710 

82,435 

86,962 

163,842 

70,946 

86,195 

92,794 

213,557 

117,088 

80,320 

86,199 


$7 24 




10 09 




10 49 




8 24 




5 74 




8 75 




4 83 




11 12 




7 94 




8 29 




10 80 




8 03 


Clark 


4 96 


Clay 


8 83 








7854 
15,159 

3895 

3230 
10,822 

6116 


301,313 
495,848 
116,766 
99,400 
242,950 
177,050 


38 46 
32 71 

29 98 

30 77 
22 45 
28 95 


17,650 
45,908 
5733 
7453 
27,921 
12,094 


180,191 
356,994 
50,219 
55,481 
142,192 
128,068 


10 21 


Cook 


7 78 




8 76 




7 44 


DeKalb 


5 09 




10 59 








6766 

10,035 
2478 
2900 
5903 
1255 
3488 

13,774 
2270 
7646 
6311 
2924 

11,395 

916 

4572 

11,547 
7083 
4000 
3250 
4847 
4664 
7215 
2540 
9729 
7272 
6961 


158,334 
374,513 
106,373 

97,257 
205,779 

43,401 
151,005 
405,636 
103,101 
256,301 
183,448 
112,158 
361,926 

39,849 
209,288 
353,656 
267,564 
171,965 

88,433 
162,860 
152,662 
121,992 
108,034 
155,869 
225,427 
197,537 


23 40 

37 32 

42 93 

33 54 

34 86 
34 58 

43 29 

29 45 
45 42 

33 52 

34 54 

38 36 

31 76 
43 50 
45 78 

30 63 
37 78 
42 99 

27 21 
33 60 

32 73 
16 91 
42 53 
16 02 

31 00 

28 38 


20,175 
25,050 

5727 

7736 
14,882 

4192 

7967 
28,266 

7171 
16,192 
16,552 

8015 
34,985 

3286 
12,974 
27,969 
26,024 

9044 

8251 
14,367 

9152 
23,544 

6665 
30,456 
19,869 

1392 


122,0J)1 

254,700 

42,382 

71,877 

119,852 

45,384 

82,597 

200,618 

57,338 

128,861 

138,132 

75,620 

264,356 

30,169 

130,559 

194,978 

283,787 

83,267 

58,757 

78,942 

71,555 

81,937 

61,024 

117,160 

141,230 

82,299 


6 05 




10 17 




7 40 




9 29 




7 38 




10 83 




10 37 




7 10 




8 00 




7 96 




8 35 




9 43 




7 56 




9 18 




10 06 




6 97 




10 90 




9 21 




7 12 




5 49 




7 82 
3 48 




9 16 




3 85 




7 11 




9 91 



55 



Statement — Continued. 



Horses. 



Count}'. 



No. 



14,914 
6537 

21,519 
8522 
8871 
7236 
7479 

12,074 
6495 

10,206 
5279 
7188 
3919 
1647 
9682 
9175 

16,548 
6252 
8546 
3492 
7798 
7566 
3773 

12,549 

11,323 
4704 
3658 

12,495 
2122 
701 
3605 
7003 
3484 
6268 



Value. 



$437,566 
140,349 
551,990 
119,528 
246,474 
222,583 
249,224 
387,779 
232,860 
423,658 
190,449 
169,322 
157,754 

83,051 
293,569 
234,384 
503,200 
262,970 
292,726 
173,419 
181,372 
302,640 
116,261 
298,548 
419,137 
150,100 
154,407 
541,326 

99,656 

31,332 
103,487 
250,882 

97,631 
166,572 



Averag 
value. 



S>29 34 
21 47 
25 65 

31 27 

27 78 
30 76 

33 32 

32 12 

35 78 

41 51 

36 07 
23 56 
40 25 
50 43 
30 32 

25 55 
30 41 
50 07 

34 25 
49 69 
23 26 

26 78 

30 81 
23 79 

37 02 

31 91 

42 21 

43 32 
46 96 

44 70 

28 71 

35 82 
28 02 
26 5S 



Neat Cattle. 



No. 



$30,509 
22,469 
42,240 

8358 
22,107 
18,073 
17,131 
26,494 
18,875 
26,477 
12,666 
12,658 
10,306 

4836 
21,998 
30,328 
41,126 
12,460 
21,310 

5390 
14,730 
18,200 

9288 
31,096 
23,733 

9685 

9979 
29,988 

7490 

2236 

6264 
12,528 

7888 
24,369 



Value. 



$178,587 

128,936 

254,617 

60,118 

141,678 

165,948 

173,553 

197,177 

167,890 

201,048 

98,704 

45,130 

98,509 

48,637 

154,980 

173,541 

405,748 

193,050 

147,731 

46,753 

71,870 

162,000 

76,276 

136,517 

178,335 

61,854 

148,028 

199,790 

67,582 

24,332 

89,408 

84,449 

54,607 

99,590 



Average 
value. 



5332 
5836 
3257 
9102 
5863 
6214 
9211 

11,643 
2868 

12,858 
2339 

10,369 
6673 
4536 
4242 
8561 

13,226 
3191 
9408 
8198 



474,486 
217,045 
114,196 
290,764 
133,521 
243,526 
255,279 
460,404 
118,829 
444,628 
78,862 
317,981 
255,350 
157,558 
170,462 
251,959 
376,042 
120,102 
180,388 
230,818 



88 80 
37 19 
35 06 
31 95 
22 77 

39 19 

27 71 
30 95 
41 43 

34 58 
33 72 
30 67 

35 27 

36 94 

40 1 
29 43 

28 43 

37 64 
19 17 
28 16 



36,209 
16,021 

7664 
20,686 
11,405 

8126 
33,405 
19,890 

7161 
31,348 

4467 
23,068 
14,024 
12,461 
10,285 
25,595 
41.376J 

8702 
24,207 
15,819 



427,018 
124,007 

64,757 
167,927 

49,309 

66,868 
143,616 
184,808 

57,486 
314,255 

30,063 
170,393 
108,784 
116,734 

77,463 
156,625 
285,786 

73,325 
120,388 
111,137 



Total. 



652,500 §21,714,620 



$33 28 1,684,892 $12,699, 732- 



56 



Statement — Continued. 





Mules and Asses. 


Sheep. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 




1825 

70 

198 

219 

42 

408 

316 

120 

52 

383 

351 

658 

320 

334 


$64,612 

3315 

10,609 

7940 

1060 

16,673 

6750 

3930 

1895 

13,700 

14.867 

18,432 

7850 

12,133 


$35 40 
47 36 
53 58 
36 26 
25 24 
40 87 
21 36 
32 75 
36 44 

35 77 
42 36 
28 01 
24 53 

36 33 


21,203 


$31,797 


$1 50 








.057 

10,224 

13,523 

9287 

6860 

1321 

1150 

4173 

12,703 

16,046 

15,220 

10,903 


1146 

18,465 

20.X64 

14,137 

8328 

1863 

1150 

4210 

36,697 

16,046 

9430 

16,870 


1 08 


Bond 


1 81 




1 51 




1 52 




1 21 




1 41 


Carroll 


1 00 
1 01 




2 89 




1 00 


Clark 


62 


Clay 


1 55 








545 
211 
176 
108 
141 
206 


20,270 
9782 
4715 
4092 
3120 
6639 


37 19 
46 36 
26 79 
87 90 
22 13 
32 23 


18,110 
18,177 
15,654 
9825 
5891 
11,995 


34,258 
37,169 
15,720 
13,120 
11,782 
21,138 


1 89 


Cook 


2 04 




1 00 




1 34 


De Kalb 


2 00 


L>e Witt 


1 76 








62 
477 
251 
122 
288 

68 
648 
277 
206 
797 
122 
207 
868 

88 
337 
338 
194 
363 
116 
2037 
379 
218 
484 
107 
223 
168 
507 

45 
335 
256 

86 

188 

392 

1447 


1355 
15,411 
11,434 

3832 
10,386 

1965 
30,465 

9606 
10,525 
27,960 

3989 

8479 
34,134 

4190 
20,085 
10,704 

6592 
16,426 

5440 
50,929 
14,588 

3267 
26,340 

1710 

6300 

3770 

14,172 

884 

10,370 

7468 

2092 

6870 
14,610 
46,216 


21 85 
32 31 
45 55 
81 41 
36 06 
28 90 
47 01 

34 68 
51 09 

35 08 

32 70 
40 96 
39 32 
47 60 
59 60 
31 67 

33 97 

45 22 

46 90 
25 00 
38 49 

14 99 
54 42 

15 98 

28 25 

22 44 
27 95 
19 64 

30 96 

29 17 
24 33 

36 54 

37 27 

31 94 


31,672 

28,680 

10,849 

8066 

13,328 

555 

10,823 

25,750 

5682 

11,955 

898 

8669 

14,943 

3337 

3338 

11,628 

10,717 

7777 

10,707 

19,235 

3102 

5272 

6677 

26,098 

13,045 

9757 

10,638 

45,560 

9559 

9357 

4632 

4169 

21,670 

25,438 


40,894 

56,813 

13,585 

8777 

16,430 

1091 

21,669 

53,646 

5747 

21,900 

1798 

17,321 

23,291 

3295 

8790 

20,805 

22,125 

10,675 

10,716 

19 235 

3167 

4900 

6822 

26,131 

14,332 

10,678 

15,429 

50,193 

11,283 

11,456 

6593 

8430 

43,565 

32,225 


1 29 




1 98 




1 25 


Effingham 


1 09 




1 23 




1 79 




2 00 




2 08 




1 01 




1 83 

2 00 




2 00 




1 56 




99 
2 63 




1 79 




2 06 




1 37 




1 00 




1 00 




1 02 




93 




1 02 




1 00 




1 10 


Kendall - 


1 09 
1 45 




1 10 




1 18 




1 22 




1 42 




2 02 




2 01 




1 27 



Statement — Continued. 





Mules and Asses. 


Sheep. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 




529 
1914 
483 
154 
672 
315 
599 
70 
658 
575 
235 
280 
643 
793 
157 
344 
262 
453 
173 
903 
387 
141 
57 
547 
288 
2S1 


$21,131 

92,490 

17,211 

36VI7 

24,379 

17,716 

22,570 

2018 

22,175 

29,450 

10,103 

15,249 

12,488 

39,360 

4554 

8046 

9566 

18,411 

8990 

41,120 

22,516 

8370 

1748 

23,572 

9030 

7417 


$39 95 

48 32 

35 63 
24 01 

36 28 
56 24 

37 69 

28 S3 
33 70 
51 22 

42 99 
54 46 
19 42 

49 63 

29 01 
23 39 
36 51 
40 64 
51 97 
45 54 

58 18 

59 36 

30 67 

43 09 

31 35 
26 40 


7533 

6455 

11,097 

2073 

2607 

4052 

16,040 

39,707 

27,924 

14,964 

3523 

2047 

19,593 

6120 

15,293 

8906 

4061 

8798 

5443 

22,762 

7208 

1443 

2101 

7974 

9741 

2467 


$13,256 

9889 

12,097 

1975 

3833 

4098 

35,896 

47,292 

55,472 

57,839 

7026 

3427 

19,593 

12,240 

19,8Ul 

17,336 

5450 

17,596 

12,137 

22,762 

8764 

2685 

3155 

11,352 

10,213 

2489 


$1 76 




1 53 




1 09 




95 

1 47 




1 01 

2 24 




1 19 




1 99 
3 86 




1 99 




1 67 
1 00 




2 00 




1 29 


Ole 


1 95 




1 34 




2 00 


Piatt 


2 23 


Pike 


1 00 




1 22 




1 86 
1 50 




1 42 




1 05 




1 01 








2407 
318 
2SI 
742 
69 
960 
166 
263 
318 
428 
103 
714 
656 
451 
310 
147 
306 
461 
170 
108 


74,955 
15,140 

8893 
22,392 

1678 
41,993 

4903 
11,825 
14,833 
14,154 

3950 
22,034 
25,337 
16,256 
15,195 

4735 

7542 
20,030 

3775 

3689 


31 18 
47 61 

31 65 
30 18 
24 32 

43 74 

29 54 

44 96 
46 64 

33 07 
38 35 

30 86 
38 62 
36 04 
49 02 

32 21 
24 65 
43 45 
22 21 

34 16 


78,552 

11,681 

5357 

32,735 

3759 

4912 

9867 

7970 

6761 

45,665 

6362 

7813 

8337 

17,039 

11,562 

3257 

17,047 

10,209 

15,449 

5064 


153,56.- 
24,113 
10,906 
45,125 

7523 

7375 
14,725 
17,282 

6893 
89,800 
12,441 
21,445 
11,980 
32,405 
22,128 

4197 
21,193 
14,288 
30,597 

7503 


1 95 




2 06 


Seott 


2 04 




1 38 


Stark .*' 


2 00 


St. Clair 


1 50 




1 49 


Tazewell 


2 17 




1 02 


Wabash 


1 97 
1 96 




2 74 




1 44 




1 90 


White 

Will 


1 91 
1 29 

1 24 
1 40 




1 98 




1 48 






Total 


40,675 


$1,501,634 


$36 92 


1,206,625 


$1,910,654 


$1 58 







—6 



Statement — Continued. 



Hogs. 



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 

Haneock 

Hardin 

Heuderson. . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Davis 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kaukakee. . . . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence. . . . 

Lee 

Livingston.. . . 

Logan 

Macoupin. . . . 



No. 



55,080 



8243 
14,910 

6490 
16,780 
42,336 
10,127 

9371 
15,3S8 
33,679 
30,340 
27,390 
18,291 



Value. 



176,091 



9418 
16,345 

9947 
25,566 
43,510 
14,287 
18,116 
24,906 
62,374 
30,340 
21,580 
19,291 



Average 
value. 



$1 38 



Carriages and Wagons. 



No. 



5238 

270 

445 

1467 

1427 

1411 

4530 

582 

1986 

1265 

2572 

1605 

2320 

1427 



Value. 



$112,573 
12,875 
14,295 
37,400 
23,530 
33,440 
65,778 
14,275 
30,064 
22,223 
60,599 
29,154 
32,580 
33,981 



36,429 
16,396 
21,692 
16,257 
15,030 
27,646 



9401 
48,355 
12,849 
11,824 
22,954 

4029 
23,924 
63,992 
19,994 
31,871 

7223 
15,202 
45,512 

9516 
23,419 
39,947 
24,978 
22,465 
16,199 
31,045 
15,835 
28,319 
18,554 
14,06S 
14,570 
15,741 
58,002 

7427 
37,880 
17,293 
18,856 
20,674 
31,219 
49,074 



51,472 
29,768 
25,031 
18,618 
16,021 
46,677 



11,816 
71,489 
16,930 
12,007 
23,723 

6171 
24,647 
116,059 
22,236 
35,498 
12,973 
16,319 
72,829 

9109 
61,934 
41,155 
43,149 
24,419 
16,583 
' 15,807 
16,569 
26,208 
18,554 
12,763 
16,511 
18,500 
62,659 

7063 
46,030 
18,299 
21,952 
25,367 
47,062 
61,143 



1 15 



03 
81 
11 
11 
1 79 
1 07 

1 60 
96 

2 64 
1 03 
1 73 
1 09 
1 02 

51 
1 05 

93 
1 00 

91 
1 13 
1 1 
1 08 

95 
1 22 



1 51 
1 25 



2478 
7052 
1188 
1137 
3180 
1850 



2677 
3034 

961 
1081 
1690 

427 

996 
4072 

881 
2048 
1606 

841 
4418 

258 
1572 
3836 
2029 
1128 
1109 
1627 
1640 
2740 

755 
3500 
2319 
2091 
4054 
2717 
6409 
1226 
2935 
2189 
1810 
3862 



64,606 
170,517 
24,543 
22,624 
67,561 
40,273 



33,376 
80,637 
30,886 
23,336 
40,978 
7790 
28,566 
86,544 
24,830 
50,978 
31,074 
19,647 
87,750 
6272 
45,008 
65,692 
43,843 
32,823 
20,117 
17,26 
48,713 
28,426 
21,291 
46,746 
38,359 
29,323 
88,982 
30,723 
108,736 
25,588 
53,301 
37,553 
45,948 
88,277 



Statement — Continued. 



Hogs. 



County. 



Macon 

Madison 

Marion 

Marehall 

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. . . . 

Scntt 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson. . 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion. . . 
Wabash.... 

Warren 

Washington. 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside. . . 

Will 

Williamson. 
Winnebago. 
Woodford. . , 

Total 



No. 



23,11$ 
18,975 
18,498 
16,459 
13,562 
52,954 
17,253 
62,075 
20,010 
33,027 
11,411 
21,786 
21,120 
19,223 
36,699 
34,746 
15,290 
13,673 
66,024 
21,006 
4862 
8814 
20,881 
12,523 
22,733 



Value. 



$50,708 
60,043 
21,478 
17,258 
26,528 
17,175 

100,291 
18,651 
65,375 
55,686 
49,456 
17,526 
22,022 
42,240 
18,722 
35,898 
47,291 
16,467 
24,795 
79,233 
22,548 
4954 
12,539 
21,396 
12,119 
23.S90 



Average 
value. 



$1 57 
1 78 
1 13 
93 
61 
27 
89 
08 
05 
78 
50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 54 



1 01 

2 00 
97 
98 

1 36 
1 08 
1 81 



Carriages and Wagons. 



No. 



2131 
5940 
1767 
2223 
1674 

661 
3222 
3545 
4425 
1482 
2357 
1250 
1994 
3722 

985 
3969 
3653 
1391 
1069 
3885 

684 

349 
1110 
2322 
1339 
2263 



Value. 



$56,233 

140,014 
49,444 
38,586 
46,904 
19,569 
69,111 
48,941 
91,972 
44,740 
50,048 
33,831 
34,879 

111,660 
23,650 
49,87® 
95,075 
35,950 
30,733 

100,170 
18,343 
11,266 
26,274 
63,030 
26,279 
43,902 



66,795 
28,211 
13,941 
47,741 
22,905 
21,262 
37,305 
39,482 
21,152 
48,349 
7232 
50,731 
20,544 
24,236 
29,761 
31,483 
17,685 
26,563 
16,846 
30,075 



91,993 
46,942 
24,692 
64,548 
22,221 
28,880 
38,415 
70,141 
20,517 
86,206 
11,837 
76,712 
20,702 
27,058 
27,129 
36,443 
22,614 
34,762 
20,175 
25,562 



1 38 
1 66 

1 77 
1 35 



1 36 
1 03 
1 78 

92 
1 78 
1 64 
1 51 
1 01 
1 12 

91 



4358 
1965 
1154 
2508 
1516 
3024 
3483 
3497 
1222 
3373 
919 
3175 
2114 
1490 
1423 
2796 
4445 
1083 
3626 
2430 



116,130 
48,592 
28,752 
61,449 
23,739 
70,332 
63,411 
69,060 
32,946 
89,063 
19,530 
77,514 
66,841 
32,770 
36,800 
53,897 
70,971 
29,128 
56,873 
50,468 



2,506,138 



3.294,729 



1 31 226,981 



4,841,036) 21 33 





muubeinvm — \jvu Liu ueu, 










Cloc 


ks and Watches. 


Pianos. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 




3800 

156 

394 

280 

1499 

1117 

3639 

362 

1493 

396 

2360 

1034 

1800 

981 


$11,707 
3855 
5618 
2625 
3650 
4065 
7098 
2534 
4816 
3178 
11,673 
5252 
4520 
4 540 


$3 08 

24 71 

14 26 

9 37 

2 43 

3 64 

1 95 

7 00 

3 23 

8 03 

4 95 

5 08 

2 51 
4 63 


32 
18 
12 
12 
33 

6 
108 

3 
29 
33 
57 
12 
20 

9 


12475 
1975 
2465 

915 
2225 

730 

3784 

80 

986 
1745 
5403 

875 
2716 
1050 


$77 34 
109 72 
205 42 
76 25 
67 42 
121 67 


Carroll 

Champaign 


35 04 
26 67 
34 00 
52 88 
94 79 




72 92 


Clay 


135 80 

116 67 




2109 
4756 
891 
765 
2893 
1655 


13,538 
77,312 
4085 
2694 
4850 
6761 


6 42 
16 26 

4 58 

3 52 
1 68 

4 09 


47 
* 

4 

4 

60 

9 


6057 


128 87 


Cook 




De Kalb 

DeWitt 


800 

500 

2872 

1450 


200 00 

125 00 

47 87 

161 11 




2346 

2319 

735 

727 

1249 

369 

587 

3468 

603 

1379 

999 

342 

4263 

258 

1346 

3435 

1718 

932 

624 

1412 

1000 

1637 

652 

4251 

1311 

1442 

2960 

1860 

5070 

970 

2956 

1582 

1501 

2782 

2018 


3625 

11,018 
3673 
2961 
5369 
1482 
3477 
9581 
5661 

10,037 
2940 
2740 

15,058 
1919 
4571 
9143 
8072 
6034 
2510 
5650 
5997 
3523 
3806 

10,450 
3792 
2806 

10,457 
2650 

18,419 
4125 
7693 
4541 
6932 

11.105 

12,032 


1 55 

4 75 

5 00 
4 07 
4 30 

4 02 

5 92 

2 76 
9 39 

7 28 

2 94 

8 01 

3 53 
7 44 

3 40 
2 66 

4 70 

6 47 
4 02 

4 00 
6 00 
2 15 

5 84 
2 46 

2 89 
1 95 

3 53 

1 42 

3 63 

4 25 

2 60 

2 87 

4 62 

3 99 

5 96 


72 

34 

13 

7 

10 

2 

1 

43 

20 

28 

39 

1 

61 

6 

19 

90 

28 

8 

1 

8 

63 

83 


1845 
4870 
1170 

415 
1124 
80 
75 
3917 
2705 
3825 
2260 

100 
3965 

525 
1510 
5120 
2385 

990 
30 

545 
4790 
2153 


25 62 




143 24 




90 00 
59 29 




112 40 


Ford 


40 00 




75 00 


Fulton 


91 09 


Gallatin 


135 25 




136 61 




57 95 
100 00 




65 00 




87 50 




79 47 
56 89 




85 18 




123 75 




30 00 




68 12 




76 03 




25 94 








214 

36 
29 

103 
76 

219 
2 

108 
17 
24 
82 
42 


9725 
2285 
1170 
7025 
2689 
14,028 

175 
4875 

850 
233C 
6590 
4470 


45 44 




63 47 


Kendall 


40 34 




68 20 




35 38 


La Salle 


64 05 




87 50 




45 14 




50 00 




96 67 




80 37 




106 4S 



Statement — Continued. 



C ocks and Watches. 



Countv. 



No. 



261*7 
1«19 
1846 
1147 

848 
2882 
3433 
4091 
1031 
1884 

914 
1325 
2330 

602 
3647 
3947 
1035 

745 
Sou 7 

721 

323 

965 
2089 
1267 
249'; 



Value. 



$13,396 
9486 
4179 
5143 
4814 
8633 
6495 

17,515 
6671 
6649 
2415 
5223 

18,560 
2873 
5507 
9S74 
4807 
4527 

11,802 
3650 
3182 
2511 
8360 
6619 
9054 



Average 


value. 


$5 12 


5 8t: 


2 27 


4 4S 


5 68 


3 06 


1 89 


4 28 


6 47 


3 53 


2 G4 


3 94 


7 97 


4 77 


1 51 


2 50 


4 64 


6 08 


3 37 


5 06 


9 85 


2 60 


4 00 



Pianos. 



No. 



183 

31 

40 

25 

11 

30 

65 

123 

7 

13 

3 

22 

682 

o 

71 
61 



Value. 



$14,840 
4422 
1930 
2070 
1050 
2450 
4600 
9496 

800 
1335 

375 

1745 

61,380 

103 
2755 
3046 

790 

865 
2070 
1975 

575 
1215 
2055 
1635 
S260 



Average 
value. 



3238 
1545 

941 
18 -3 
12S1 
2496 
3847 
2906 

987 
2536 

729 
2431 
1578 

999 
1006 
2988 
3385 

728 
3320 
2112 

Total 181,686 



23,042 
804 
3178 
8767 
2624 
8185 
8122 

14,294 
6730 

12,340 
2700 

10,146 
4526 
4520 
5562 
8266 

10,862 
4999 
9537 
7404 



7 12 

5 21 

3 38 

4 78 

2 C5 

3 28 
2 11 

4 92 

6 82 



87 
72 
17 
87 
52 
53 
77 
3 21 
6 87 

2 87 

3 51 



$753,013 



$4 14 



150 

24 

20 

18 

11 

75 

72 

S6 

14 

39 

10 

29 

15 

4 

5 

84 

120 

4 

163 

26 



18,1401 
2540! 
1840' 
1725 

750 
4821 
4221 
7645 

636 
5325 
1100 
2465 
1280 

295 

328 
4295 
8094 

222 
2413 * 
1380 



4624 



$341,046 $73 76 



statement — Continued. 



County. 



Adams 

City of Quincy 
Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland. . . 

DeKnlb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Ed-vards 

Effingham 

Payette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton .... 

Hancock 

Hardin , 

Henderson . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois ...... 

Jackson , 

Jasper 

•k-ft'erson 

Jersey , 

Jo Daviess . . . 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee . . . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence. . . . 

Lee 

Livingston. . . 
Logan 



o- 3 ^ 

CD & S3 



« era 

^2 

P o 
3 di 



$50,636 
218,035 
181,195 
42,550 
27,002 
33,058 
64,439 
16,040 
42,685 
31,955 
90,080 
33,935 
22,550 
48,522 



H EC 

"T3 — 



$1,000 

67,351 

9500 



8000 



ff. s 



< 



a.3 



$2834 

8S,200 

9899 

9825 

1185 

4010 

420 T 

500 

14,160 

4210 

7828 

4215 

1540 

5667 



96* 



2 B 



$392,413 

151,300 

100,465 

92,675 

53,516 

78,753 

92,646 

32,982 

127,641 

73,360 

173,196 

60,903 

110,640 

80,393 



112,722 
,669,206 
17,225 
20,525 
42,634 
28,055 



300 



10,865 



1000 



50 
1310 
1902 

8020 



232,558 

1,526,361 

28,930 

23,049 

64,778 

103,727 



24,284 
68,707 
18,200 
19,320 
69,475 
8485 
15,300 

100,763 
91,665 
82,305 
46,982 
15,582 

113,094 
11,575 
39,702 
94,344 
49,202 
43,421 
11,035 
25,551 
49,205 
89,212 
26,480 
82,900 
32,105 
21,580 

161,870 
21,345 

224,461 
19,931 
44,452 
40,290 
66.450 



25,000 



25,000 

11,592 

10,000 

100 



50,000 
266 



75 
7100 



2500 
10,021 



2751 

15,357 

900 

2585 

7691 

260 

1280 

18,912 

20.535 

3120 

1300 

870 

15,752 

400 

2700 

6687 

9789 

8652 

1061 

2130 

8115 

5984 



407 I 



20,100 

770 

920 

2500 

4000 



11,319 
3750 
3755 

15,207 
1235 

44,830 

849 

6317 

1315 

8520 



95,277 

280,827 

107,952 

13,481 

46,475 

16,660 

19,855 

244,139 

126,935 

230,335 

47,703 

18,511 

200,365 

19,440 

67,533 

117,766 

82,824 

103,393 

34,497 

105,721 

161,420 

37,460 

59,754 

116,649 

33,892 

65,276 

300,104 

56,523 

169,868 

46,727 

79,872 

49,611 

194,100 



statement — Continued. 



County. 



59 K B 

t: — - 



689,884 

118,135 

440,019 
59,029 
56,641 
48,120 
29,495 
92,918 
55,996 

228,813 
46,290 
48,606 
26,616 
54,785 

258,120 
11,834 
47,852 

433,715 
47,972 
26,795 

122,900 
32,835 
30,050 
16,750 

101,852 
37,612 

101,089 



$13,950 

15,535 

88,246 

990 



2030 

2300 

117,000 



61,220 



e> 2 



1060 
100,000 



55,506 
1000 



$2868 
9978 
346,490 
6805 
5125 
3865 
782 
4708 
4403 

18,227 
4600 
6105 
2571 
1690 

28,000 

445 

6455 

40,579 
2620 
2510 

19,700 
2000 
600 
1390 
9020 
2799 

39,295 






6172,296 

115,630 

359,980 

89,740 

89,440 

53,939 

37,162 

147,960 

134,916 

437,613 

177,925 

132,949 

65,255 

112,961 

367,051 

54,388 

130,697 

351,032 

61,342 

70,394 

241,500 

33,442 

2250 

72,962 

122,821 

80,815 

140,787 



322,965 

39,840 

37,760 

50,962 

7960 

124,886 

108,531 

195,497 

55,235 

116,745 

14,070 

73,870 

33,695 

19,195 

50,905 

67,421 

105,115 

24,200 

25,335 

49,544 



100,000 



500 

300 



16,600 
12,000 



2500 



50.000 
300 
1000 
2125 
8000 
2400 
100 



39,406 
6557 
3360 

11,135 
335 

50,940 

12,966 

35,240 
6850 

17,1147 
2860 
1300 

15,450 
1921 
5755 
2787 

10,235 
2025 

27,656 
4S93 



1,739 

136, 

128, 

280! 

68, 

216, 

13*), 

469, 

111, 

426 

57. 

197, 

138 

77, 

66 

88, 

199 

25 

166 

149 



S61 
145 
760 
503 
016 
748 
979 
946 
065 
508 
928 
174 
203 
612 
160 
799 
611 
421 
443 
023 



Total |$10,811,378| 8915,832 £1,247,597 815,6S3,389 8420,424 



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 

Hancoek 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

Macoupin 

Macon 



Value une- 
numerated 
property. 



$174,105 

126,840 
99,159 
53,785 
35,250 
53,841 

131,959 

*39,398 

112,413 
37,S79 

176, 3S5 
83,607 

125,786 

71,417 

*716,233 

205,254 
% 686,129 
53,277 
36,163 
64,217 
81,950 
*674,198 
51,320 

242,688 
44,302 
45,497 

104,782 
21,890 
57,432 

136,803 
61,351 
90,252 
23,609 
32,883 

133,706 
28,066 
59,988 

104,359 

104,397 
77,047 
32,542 
65,819 
93,696 
54,147 
50,206 

115,416 
66,023 
47,734 

236,192 
32,387 

220,752 
71,827 
92,732 
77,736 
85,535 

132,881 

121,446 



Deductions. 



3,439 



18,670 

18,024 
8897 

27,629 
3098 

11,720 
2859 

67,298 
8304 
5402 
7137 



37,111 



4271 

7473 
30,658 
20,199 



12,320 

147,566 

9362 

7359 



10,751 
957 



4254 



29,762 
10,735 
36,415 



3343 

27,101 

111,479 

7332 

7315 

11,534 

2565 

2340 



7958 
34,387 
16,293 
14,059 
10,701 
491 

7260 
29,726 
32,714 
29,505 
27,969 
19,260 



Total value of 
personal pro 
perty. 



11,520,792 
711,405 
506,324 
562,680 
387,189 
501,897 
911,324 
328,976 
548,776 
419,351 

1,056.360 
540,571 
514,350 
608,690 
716,233 

1,196,523 

8,059,086 
337,090 
291,103 
634,221 
629,859 
674,198 
534,768 

1,361,694 
415,725 
293,986 
653,864 
143,909 
460,411 

1,397,816 
538,375 
943,304 
466,461 
359,495 

1,291,877 
154,809 
648,400 

1,005,708 
812,250 
575,645 
274,406 
538,917 
630,412 
466.890 
382,311 
707,455 
549,619 
468,135 

1,515,011 
466,576 

1,734,499 
379,876 
679,225 
611,380 
912,314 

1,214,422 
920,129 



Town Lots. 



$238,223 

3,030,475 

1,615,660 

114,009 

128,516 

126,066 

333,304 

11,005 

158,058 

299,401 

303,424 

190,742 

116,053 

96,042 

243853 

425,773 



70,421 

27,614 
219*,21 
178,817 
155,245 
131,516 
229,257 

63,910 
115,398 
117,412 

39,045 



511.443 

207,005 
205,698 
299, S89 

43,495 
758,151 

35,391 
106,110 
331,944 
192,366 
205,317 

23,823 

74,027 
220,430 
417,168 
100,000 
846,346 
372,207 

83,232 

1,006,002 

237,022 

1,667,720 

71,643 
331,648 
143,107 
320,359 
499,528 
751,039| 



65 



Statement — Continued. 



Countv. 



Madison. 
Marion . . 
Marshall. 
Mason. . . 

Massac... 



McDonough. 
Mc Henry .. . 
McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 

Morgan 

Moultrie. . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope, 

Pulaski 

Putnam .... 
Randolph. . . 
Richland . . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 
Schuyler . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark" 

St. Clair 

Stephenson . . 
Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion.. . , 

Wabash 

Warren , 

Washington. . 

Wavne , 

White 

Whiteside . . 

Will 

Williamson . 
Winnebago . 
Woodford . . . 



Value une- 
numerated Deductions, 
property. 



$301,476 

91,469 

65,793 

81,718 

63,359 

119,285 

77,023 

234,956 

102,953 

130,536 

220, 147 J 

224,460 

142,211 

35,73 + 

111,562 

348,140 

75,8431 

57,693) 

129,297! 

67,9671 

74,854 

44,415; 

141,912 

59,996 

119,577) 

944,219: 

378,838] 

92,842 

63,251 

117,458 

49,128) 

207,14Si 

115,671i 

265,8631 

7l,767j 

208,224 

29,853| 

104,511' 

112,620] 

43,9951 

61,07o| 

9S.675 

182,161 

61,963 

181,0041 

102,7681 



$12,147 

13,378 
12,738 
6003 
29,214 
20,799 
125,310 
76,829 
20,526 



13,111 



382S 
36,828 
42,352 

1540 
55,086 
39,500 

1750 



7951 

2489 

6314 

10,669 



1,151,175 
18,7311 

25781 
15,1371 
15,282-! 
15,547; 

12.030] 

78,702 

373 

26,528' 

9511 

1431] 

43,054, 

72,750 

10 



20,082 



Total §14,461,698! $3,036,085 $87,560,697 $39,942,926 $192,970,693 



Total value of 
personal pro- 1 Town Lots, 
perty. 



$2,479,042 
662,864 
487,298 
540,924 
320,905 
1,026,247 
790,155 

2,089,917 
916,475 
862.S44 
607,584 
729,977 

1,608,682 
360,813 
815,433 

2,016,458 
492,212 s 
486,778 

1,527,676 
879,528 
195,450 
317,928 
838,212 
392,641 
773,206 
*944,219 

2,865,524 
749,150 
483,445 

1,141,377 
351,667 

1,073,020 
900,442 

1,811,955 
491,757 

1,746,493 
272,871 

1,092.427 i 
795,918} 
570,808] 
540,831 
736,445 ! 

1,235,111] 
418,455 
828,154! 
724,207 



$1,966,938 
309,410 
302,512 
234,655 
'156,495 
411,399 
302,486 
849,583 
177,025 
203,678 
210,520 
168,214 
1,455,233 
28,775 
259,760 
2,932,525 
191,647 
126,556 
375,012 



202,847 
67,288 
405,881 
146,263 
695,403 



Lands. 



2,645.266 

170,483 

188,000 

175,548 

59,246 

1,656,480 
495,549 
809,911 
155,349 
409,780 
107,266 
369,832 
168,715 
68,278 
147,172 
334,965 
707,787 
60,060 



212,512 



$3,968,830 
1,206,444 
1,124,271 
1,512,365 

703.463 
2,377,702 
1,997,083 
3,924,252 
1,668,380 
1,760,226 
1,180,097 
1,370,864 
3,536,690 

797,737 
2,047,273 
3,102,831 

787,514- 
1,540,552 
2,097,703 

847,270 

401,970 

605,949 
1,728,290 

959,958 
1,283,879 



4,982,040 
1,249,281 

958,850 
1,540,257 

924,977 
4,759.160 
1,839,870 
3,344,650 

827,372 
3,200,728 

628,852 
2,305,188 
2,195,012 
; 963,910 

777,468 
1,780,612 
2,612,984 

625,975 
2,8S0,555 
1,549,433 



*In Calhoun county the item of "unenumerated property" includes $5,741, reported by the clerk as "error 
In asses or's bo jk on valuation of personal property." The county clerks of Clinton and Douglas counties 
have reported to me the total value of personal property In their respective counties without specifying the 
different item* composing the sime. In Cook county, the pianos assessed in the county are included In the 
number of "clocks and watches ;" and in the 3um of $1,696,129, "unenumerated property," I have included 
tne value of "ship-*, v ssels, etc.," $4)2,850, and "additions as per collector's warrants," $$2,092, as reported 
to mjby the cmnty clerk. In Winnebago county there evidently is an error in the item of "piano3,' 
•ilher in the number, or value. 



66 

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 



W 



$125,588 



169,719 

58,100 

716,209 



80,424 

10,000 

118,284 



115,925 



134,186 
2,070,547 



147,455 



223,830 
125,069 



1,710 
78,615 



163,407 
71,999 



43,443 

261,190 

51,047 



352,541 



124,009 
322,287 
100,896 
365,594 
91,756 
155,341 
203,301 
134,102 



2 o p t 



$5,475,751 
3,741,880 
2,735,078 
1,742,745 
1,560,496 
1,503,795 
4,491,657 
770,674 
1,870,461 
2,179 953 
3,722,223 
2,302,051 
1,435,376 
1,654,216 
2,548,254 
3,640,506 

37,076,800 
1,218,490 
1,110,245 
2,925,573 
2,247,844 
2,564,187 
2,371,227 
4,569,815 
1,064,359 
1,266,937 
2,003 781 
853,293 
1,196,253 
4,890,797 
1,421,007 
3,055,712 
2,274,331 
1,294,766 
4,798 635 
538,650 
1,922,184 
3,553,079 
3,020,776 
1,882,631 
1,053,485 
1,639,603 
2,332,562 
2,119,605 
967.892 
3,775,010 
2,348,025 
1,704,772 
6.202,238 
2,037,002 
7,189,376 
1,487,520 
2.966,913 
3,202,195 
4,164,359 



Acres in cultivation. 



Wheat. 



46,170 



2,379 
11.622 

31,849 
9,280 

93,227 
7,095 



Corn. 



9,625 
14 815 

21,923 
14,820 
18,775 



29,714 
26,816 
17,544 
10,404 
98,320 
20,330 



20,735 
23,626 

8,841 

8,810 
14,784 

3,537 

3,950 
31,551 

7.724 
26,711 

7,758 
10.571 
32,798 

4,015 
27,362 
75,582 
11,792 
16,896 
12,428 
11,891 
27,456 
22,797 
12,684 
39,279 
25,534 
21,580 
45,928 
27,270 
29,K41 
17,850 
60,416 
23,589 
26,474 



88,231 



5,647 
31,871 
15,670 
17,814 
73,187 
11,703 



29,930 
76,537 
44,954 
28,209 
28,195 



51,91)8 
29,444 
29,335 
22,281 
45,290 
36,714 



18,178 
61,867 
13,506 
20,099 
36,572 
12,369 
8,593 
74,613 
16,166 
36,546 
42,596 
20626 
90,809 
8,231 
45,167 
71,852 
59,689 
18.397 
24,754 
19,487 
24,879 
37,502 

169,070 
28,818 
51,014 
13,825 
99,746 
43,484 

151,277 
20,428 

'40.960 
46,49S 
62,433 



Other field 

products. 



67 
Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Macoupin . . . 

Macon 

Madison . . . . 

M.irion 

Marshall 

Masou 

Massac 

McDonough . 
Me Henry. . . . 

McLean 

M. nard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Ilandolph . . . 
Richland. . . . 
Rock Island . 

Saline 

Sang imon. . . 
Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

St irk 

St. Clair 

Stephenson. . 
Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion . . . 

Wabash 

Warren 

Wa>hington . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside. . . 

Will 

Williamson. . 
Winnebago . . 
Woodford . . . 



$291,274 
118,510 
208,442 
108,870 

74,306| 
38,000 i 



400,533 
364,078 
277,068 



161.626 
18,648 
65,494 

225,377 



82,663 



31,416, 



89,715! 

275,134 



411,741 



127,049 



242,170 

183,0051 

35,189 



114,963 



53,036! 



197.488 1 
378,555 



318,368 
31,313 



° 2 5 

— = * 

d -s o 



64,671,003 
3,852,980 
8,623.252 
2,287,5S8 
1.98S. 387 
2,325,944 
1,180.863 
4,215,S81 
3,443,802 
7,140,820 
2,761,880 
2.826 748 
1,998,201 
2.269,055 
6,742,231 
1,205,973 
3.187,960 
8.277,191 
1,471.373 
2,236.549 
4,000,391 
1,226 798 
800,267 
1,022,5811 
2,972,383 
1,588,5771 
3,027,622: 
944,219| 

10,904,571! 
2,168,914 
1,630,295; 
2,984,2311 
1,335,890; 
7,730,830i 
3,418,866 
6,001,705, 
1,474,478 
5,471,964! 
1.008,989 
3,820,483 
3,159 645 
1,602,996 
1,465,471 
3,049,510 
5,134,437 
1,104,490 
4,027,077 
2,517,465 



Acres in cultivation. 



Wheat. ! Corn. 



35,358| 52,766 
25,S82! 45,153 
36,490i 64,807 



33,670 
15,73fi 

8623 
39,2ii4 
53 5(50 
60,147 
14,811 
42.591 
17 303 
23,937 
32,190; 
12 626' 
83,388! 
28,O0Oj 
17,859 

8529 



38,686 
52,083 
10,698 
93,653 
24,872 
116,253 
40,749 
55,604 
7777 
52,947 
84,310 
27,669 
53,848 
70,424 
2:;.r»-J3 
31,791 



Other field 
products. 



11,125 19,607 



12,239 16,286 



18.446 
27,939 



11,808 
10,767 
21,590 
30,012 
78,087 
6S.581 
31,725 
17,595 
17,876 
9848 
34,046 



19.981 
33,342 



19,892 
14,808 
56,015 
33,846 
9258 
59,268 
35,860 



35,371 
14,S79 
58,759 
40,495 
46,975 
44,299 
72,016 
17.333 
88,155 
11,505 
80,727 



30,760 
23,527 
46,268 
69,448 
26,463 
47,885 
60.412 



Total 



(11,525,555 £331, 999,871 2.447 103 4,014,077 



1,245,735 



RECAPITULATION. 



Horses 

Neat cattle 

Mules and asses. 
Sheep 



Hogs 

Carriages and wagons 

Clocks and watches 

Pianos 

Goods and merchandise 

Bankers', brokers', and stockjobbers' property. 

Capital stock, etc., of incorporated banks 

Manufactured articles 

Moneys and credits 

Bonds, stocks, joint stock companies, etc 

Unenumerated property 



Aggregate . 
Deductions 



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 

" " " " " " corn 

" " «' " " " other field products. 

Total number of acres in cultivation in the year 1862. . . 



Number. 



652, 500 

1, 684, 892 

40, 675 

1, 206, 625 

2, 506, 138 
226,981 
181, 686 

4, 624 



Amount. 



$21, 714, 620 

12,699,732 

1, 501, 634 

1,910,654 

3, 294, 729 

4, 841, 036 
753,013 
341, 046 

10,811,378 

915,832 

1, 247, 597 

15,683, 389 

420, 424 

14,461,698 



$90, 596, 782 
3, 036, 085 



$87, 560, 697 
11, 525,555 

192, 970, 693 
39, 942, 926 



$331, 999,871 



Average 
Value. 



$33 28 
7 54 

36 92 
1 58 
1 31 

21 33 
4 14 

73 76 



2, 447, 103 
4, 014, 077 
1, 245, 7S5 



7,706,915 









6-9 
No. 13. 

Statement of the aggregate amount of State taxes charged, the amount of 
abatements, commissions, etc., deducted, the net amount collected, the 
amount paid over by collectors, and the amount remaining unpaid in 
each county, for the year 1862. 



Counties. 



Adams 

City of Quincy 
Alexander 

Bond* 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Ch.-impaigu. . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton* 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland.. . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Pord 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton , 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson. . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Davis 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 



Am'tcharg 


ed. 


$23,666 


79 


15,41(1 


92 


10.942 


70 


7477 


3] 


7315 


13 


76H5 


08 


19,817 


68 


3712 


63 


7747 


08 


11,142 


72 


16,493 


41 


9801 


79 


5950 


87 


8040 


37 


15,319 


67 


15,690 


76 


156,150 


66 


4531 


10 


6926 


16 


12,851 


51 


10,323 


42 


10,841 


54 


10,790 


31 


20,315 


83 


4402 


71 


7513 


05 


11,688 


97 


4122 


51 


5072 


72 


22,690 


L6 


5268 


84 


14,158 


93 


10,119 


28 


5070 


19 


28,041 


00 


2226 


96 


9294 


59 


14,400 


03 


17,418 


o", 


10,047 


14 


5764 


72 


6249 


80 


10,700 


26 


11,160 


:;i 


3620 


1 4 


16,741 


09 


10,444 


34 


7532 


07 


27,298 


38 


9354 


45 


30,711 


59 


8696 


43 



Am't abated, 


commissions, 


etc. 




11162 


29 


727 


66 


655 


04 


457 


98 


459 


48 


1360 


85 


920 


56 


497 


73 


477 


55 


944 


56 


1374 


17 


411 


82 


548 


25 


467 


00 


3994 


73 


1301 


95 


9174 47 


471 


64 


1454 


87 


724 


15 


810 


95 


777 


42 


582 


73 


1581 


96 


211 


67 


2329 


09 


4889 


71 


505 


18 


299 


21 


1791 


68 


277 


19 


486 


95 


575 


19 


245 


63 


1661 


28 


164 


64 


1257 


74 


799 


27 


3382 


21 


1938 


14 


1034 


96 


305 


39 


866 


74 


959 


37 


225 


06 


1010 


31 


613 


13 


434 


18 


1306 


85 


572 


78 


1758 


56 


1408 


59 



Net amount. 


$22,504 


50 


14,689 


26 


10.287 


66 


7019 


33 


6855 


65 


6244 


23 


18,897 


02 


3214 


90 


7269 


53 


10,198 


16 


15,119 


24 


9389 


97 


5402 


62 


7^ 


37 


11,324 


94 


14,388 


81 


146,976 


19 


4059 


46 


5471 


29 


12,127 


36 


9512 


47 


10,064 


12 


10,207 


58 


18,733 


87 


4191 


04 


5183 


96 


6799 


26 


3617 


33 


4773 


51 


20,898 


48 


4991 


65 


13,671 


98 


9544 


09 


4824 


56 


26,379 


72 


2062 


32 


8036 


85 


13,600 


76 


14,035 


86 


8109 


00 


4729 


76 


5944 


41 


9833 


52 


10,200 


94 


3395 


08 


15,730 


7 s 


9831 


21 


7097 


89 


25,991 


53 


8781 


67 


28,953 


03 


7287 


84 



Amount paid. 



$22,504 50 

14.6S9 26 

K»,287 66 

7019 33 

6855 65 

6244- 23 

18.897 02 
3214 90 
7269 53 

10,198 16 

15,119 24 

9389 97 

5402 62 

7573 37 

11,324 94 

14 3SS 81 

146,976 19 

4059 4G 

5471 29 

12,127 36 

9512 47 

10,084 12 

10,207 58 

18,733 87 

4191 04 

5183 96 

6799 26 

3617 33 

4773 51 

20.898 48 
4991 65 

13,671 98 
9544 09 
4824 56 

26,379 72 
2062 32 
8036 85 

13,600 76 

14,035 86 
8109 00 
4729 76 
5944 41 
9833 52 

10,200 94 
3395 08 

15,730 78 
9831 21 
7o97 89 

25,991 53 
8781 67 

28,953 03 
7287 4 



ro 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Lee 

Livingston. . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin. . . 
Madison . . . 
Marion 
Marshall . . 

Mason 

Ma?s ic 

McDonough. 
MeHenry . . 
McLean. . . . 
Menard. 

Mercer 

Monroe. 
Montgomery 
Morgan. . . . 
Moultrie. . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt, 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam. . . . 
Randolph. . , 
Richland. . . 
Rock Island 

Saline 

Sang imon . 
Schuyler. . . 

Scott 

Shelby... . 

Stark 

St. Clair. . . 
Stephenson 
Tazewell... 
Union. . . . 
Vermilion. . 
Wabash . . . 
Warren. . . . 
Washington 
Wayne .... 

White 

Whiteside. . 

Will 

Williamson 
Winnebago 
Woodford. 



Ain't charged. 



$12,682 45 
14,015 69 
19.800 88 
17,425 79 
26,492 40 
47,767 82 
10,171 78 

9219 01 
15,382 65 

5362 91 
19,748 08 
15,478 01 
81,593 04 
11,441 28 
12,644 52 

9538 54 

99 49 54 
30,669 46 

75S3 57 
13,993 13 
35,920 28 

8196 38 
12 6H6 11 
16,808 48 

5073 71 

4697 61 

4151 84 
13,817 44 

7215 13 
13,098 74 

37S8 27 
47.107 24 

9254 08 

6156 15 
14,251 01 

5^35 56 
37,243 38 
15,107 21 
27,162 97 

8123 72 
24,903 53 

4496 23 
17,251 99 
10,956 23 

7058 55 

5651 98 
15,047 67 
22,291 53 

5876 86 
17,464 97 
13,049 70 



1,520,724 62 



Am't abated, 
commissions, 
etc. 



$939 71 
2137 56 

945 23 

1226 25 

5894 99 

*16,688 87 

744 38 

550 27 
3877 91 

S44 51 
2975 32 

919 54 
1748 44 

550 23 

805 54 
1882 26 

534 24 
1644 06 
1422 30 

891 09 
1746 93 
1274 36 
1228 25 

855 78 
1400 (10 

760 86 

275 05 
2800 00 

417 
1069 42 

424 12 
2724 77 

516 15 

346 62 
2368 63 

346 77 
3900 04 

806 27 
2861 69 

957 27 
1830 36 

277 64 
1094 91 
2740 80 

501 14 

S07 88 
1558 94 
1085 8£ 
1552 39 

904 93 
2224 97 



Net amount. 



$11,742 74 

12 478 13 

18 915 65 

16,199 54 

20,5H7 41 

31,078 45 

9427 35 

8668 74 

11,504 74 

4518 40 

16 772 76 

14,558 47 

29,844 60 

10,891 05 

11,838 98 

7656 28 

9415 30 

29,025 40 

6161 27 

13,102 04 

34,173 35 

6922 02 

11,377 86 

16,012 70 

3073 71 

3936 75 

3876 79 

11 017 44 

6797 27 

12,629 32 

3364 15 

44,382 47 

8737 93 

6809 58 

11.882 38 

5588 79 

33,343 34 

14.300 94 

24.301 28 
7160 45 

23,073 17 

4218 59 

16,157 08 

8215 43 

6557 41 

5344 10 

13,488 73 

21,205 68 

4324 47 

16,560 04 

10,824 73 



151,033 80 1,309,090 70 



Amount paid. 



$11,742 

12,478 

18,915 

16,199 

20,597 

31,078 

9427 

8668 

11,504 

4518 

16,772 

14,5T>8 

29,844 

10,891 

11,838 

7056 

9415 

29 025 

6161 

13,102 

34,173 

6922 

11 377 

14.212 

3590 

3936 

3876 

10,929 

6797 

12,629 

3364 

44.382 

8737 

5809 

11 832 

5588 

33,343 

14,800 

24.301 

7166 

23,073 

4218 

16,157 

8215 

6557 

5344 

13,488 

21,205 

4324 

16,500 

10,824 



1,367,719 63 



Amount 
unpaid. 



fl80O 00 
83 58 



87 55 



1971 13 



*Includes $9421 21 paid to American Bottom Levee Co., pursuant to act of Feb. 12, 1861. 
jSuit brought and judgment obtained and collected, except interest. 
^Accounts of Pope and Randolph counties not settled ; abatements estimated 



71 

No. 14. 

Statement of the aggregate amount of State taxes charged, the amount of 
abatements, commissions, etc., deducted, the net amount collected, the 
amount paid over by collectors, and the amount remaining unpaid in 
each county for the year 1863. 



Counties. 


Amount 
charged. 


Ant't abated, 
commissions, 

etc. 


Net airount. 


Amount paid. 


Amount 

unpaid. 




842, 1SS 4o 
28,812 47 
21.091 IS 
13,479 96 
12,055 74 
11,748 7fi 
34.544 38 

6,259 23 
14.435 08 
17,346 23 
29,o«4 56 
17,725 79 
11.196 29 
12,737 46 
23,100 92 
28,285 29 
286,239 10 

9.660 86 

9,559 25 
22,526 91 
17.621 26 
20,112 52 
18,263 05 
35,400 18 

8,195 57 

11.873 8i 

19.874 69 
6,839 01 
9,211 14 

3S,433 61 

9,629 '.'7 
23 528 20 
17,880 32 

9,967 88 
37,134 04 

4,14 7 52 
15,791 So 
2 7.358 71 
-2.-. i-ir, 03 
15,635 43 

8.920 81 
11,463 34 
18,063 38 
16,676 91 

7,452 7-; 
29,057 39 
18.055 97 
13.642 50 
47.7S0 92 
15,705 79 
55,122 74 
12,419 33 


82.038 59 

1,275 13 

1,4 5 S 05 

890 83 

711 56 

800 59 

2,970 81 

657 93 

895 84 

751 10 

2,3o2 20 

8oo 55 

824 25 

748 89 

4,000 00 

1,936 58 

17,270 05 

768 31 

1,963 21 

1.198 46 

1,271 61 

1,11 8 22 

946 19 

3,171 46 

387 50 

2,li 2 62 

6,365 94 

5-18 26 

527 47 

2,678 39 

579 19 

931 05 

974 70 

640 93 

2,10S 91 

2S5 01 

1.651 07 

1 3S4 96 

3,506 57 

2,682 72 

796 24 

704 91 

1.309 69 

1,220 77 

511 84 

1,412 56 

1,014 57 

849 39 

2,179 96 

860 26 

2,826 26 

1,344 45 


840,149 81 
27.537 34 
19,633 13 
12,539 13 
11,344 18 
10.94S 17 
31,573 57 
5,601 30 
13,5iJ9 2! 

16 595 13 
26,782 36 
16.925 24 
10.372 04 
11.988 57 
19,U 92 

26.348 71 
268,969 05 

8,892 55 

7.596 04 

21,328 45 

16.349 65 
19,o04 30 

17 316 86 
32,228 72 

7.81 8 '-7 

9.771 19 
13,508 75 

6,290 75 

S.6S3 67 
35,755 22 

9,050 78 
22,597 15 
16.90.-. 62 

9 320 95 
35,025 13 

3,8fi2 51 
14.140 73 
25,973 75 
21,909 46 
12 952 71 

8.124 57 
1<> 758 43 
16.753 69 
15.4.-.6 14 

6.94m 92 
27.641 83 
17.H41 40 
12 7:' 3 11 
45 600 96 
14 84 5 53 
52.296 48 
11,074 88 


840,152 67 
27,537 34 
19,633 13 
12.539 13 
11,344 IS 
lo,94S 17 
31,573 57 
5,601 30 
13,539 24 
16,595 13 
26,7S2 36 
16,92". 24 
10,372 04 
11,988 57 

26.348 71 
268.969 05 

8,892 55 

7.596 04 

21,328 45 

16.349 65 
19.0H4 30 




Citv of Quincv 






Bond 




















Carroll 




Ca~s 




Ch:smp:Ugll 

Christian 

Clark 






Ciav 






"819,100 92 


Coles 


Cook 












DeKalb 




DeWHt 








Du Page 


17 316 86 

32,228 72 

7, 80s 1 7 

9,771 19 

13,-508 75 








Edwards 












Ford 


6,290 75 

1.292 5m 

35.755 22 






7,391 17 


Gallatin 


9,050 78 
22,597 15 
16.905 62 

9,326 95 
35,025 13 

3,862 51 
14,140 73 
25,973 73 
21,909 46 
12.952 71 

8,124 57 
10,758 4 3 
16,753 69 
15 456 U 

6.940 92 
27,644 83 
17,041 40 
12,793 11 
45,600 9^ 
14,845 53 
52,296 48 
11,074 8S 
































































Kendall 








Lake 




La Salle 









72 
Statemen t — Continued. 



County. 



Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough. . . 

Me Henry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. . . 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ogle ,.. 

Peoria 

P«ry 

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 

Whitesida. . . . 

Will 

Williamson.. . 
Winnebago.. . 
Woodford.. . . 



Amount 
charged. 



$23, 

24, 
32 
30, 
40 
72, 
18 
15, 
21, 

9 
33 
26, 
55, 
21. 
21, 
16, 
17, 
52, 
10, 
24, 
63 
12, 
17, 
30, 
11, 

6. 

7, 
26, 
12 
23. 

7, 
84. 
16, 
12, 
24, 
lo. 
62, 
26, 
47. 
11, 
42, 

7, 
29 
26 
12 
11 
24 
39 

9 
31 
19 



005 
709 
294 
129 
827 
063 
056 
359 
139 
604 
319 
484 
293 
372 
815 
904 
547 
398 
287 
675 
824 
222 
859 
815 
116 
664 
927 
247 
240 
475 
345 
539 
764 
570 
213 
284 
623 
367 
403 
856 
644 
819 
524 
565 
,444 
,302 
217 
531 
,302 
,029 
,393 



Ara't abated, 
commissions, 



$1,233 15 
1,266 88 
1,325 61 
1,704 85 
4,467 77 
22,705 56 
1,286 78 

866 01 
2,132 39 
1,414 31 
4,823 33 
1,321 38 
2,789 39 

822 80 
1,213 97 
4,000 00 

999 32 
2,342 17 
1,295 56 
1,448 67 
2,855 24 
1,200 00 
1,307 27 
1,568 52 
2,200 00 

650 00 

667 21 
3,000 OQ 

500 00 
2,074 84 

684 16 
4,306 25 

933 01 

628 46 
2,828 94 

586 38 
3,659 32 
1,410 11 
4,996 25 

85S 18 
2,497 71 

418 46 
1,650 31 
3,802 40 
1,019 04 

595 95 
1,883 31 
2,062 99 
1,957 25 
1,690 26 
1,002 17 



Total 2,616,184 is) $208,100 49 2,408,083 69 2,355,133 47 $52.953 08 



Net amount. 



$21,772 23 
23,442 57 
30,969 28 

28.424 44 
36,360 14 
49,358 07 
16,770 09 
14,493 48 
19,007 02 

8,189 76 
28,495 99 
25,163 26 
52,504 32 
20,549 93 
20,601 15 
12,904 05 
16,548 15 
50,056 35 

8,992 37 
23,227 25 
60,969 3C 
11,022 63 
16,552 38 
29,247 36 

8,916 32 

6,014 27 

7,260 66 
23,247 99 
11,740 41 
21,400 25 

6,661 68 
80,233 52 
15,831 85 
11,942 35 
21,384 24 

9,698 10 
58,964 36 
24,957 54 
42,407 02 
10,998 17 
40,147 04 

7,400 60 
27,874 30 
22,762 86 

11.425 65 
10,706 59 
22,333 70 
37,468 99 

7,345 06 
29,339 15 
18,391 55 



Amount paid. 



$21,772 
23,442 
30,969 
28,424 
36,360 
49,224 
16,770 
14,493 
19,007 

8,189 
28,495 
25,163 
52,504 
20,549 
20,601 
12,683 
16,548 
50,056 

8,992 
23,227 
60,969 
10,437 
16.552 
29,247 

7,787 

2,190 

7,260 
11,406 
11,476 
21,400 

6,661 
80,233 
15,831 
11,942 
21,384 

9,698 
50,767 
24,957 
42,207 
10,998 
40,147 

7,400 
27,607 
22,762 
11,425 
10,706 
22,333 
37,468 

7,345 
29,339 
18,391 



Note 1. — Adams county overpaid $236. 

Note 2. — The abatements in Clinton, Monroe, Perry, Pope, Pulnski, Richland and Ran- 
dolph counties are estimated, the county clerks having failed to furnish the proper certificates. 

Note 3. — The collectors of Madison and Warren counties havo made full payment since 
December 1st. 



73 

No. 15. 



Statenvnt of the " Schiol Fund" tax levied in the year 1862, showing 
the aggregate amount charged, the amount d< ducted for a-^atemenrk, 
commissions, etc., the net amount collected, the amount paid to each 
county, etc. 



Adams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Cm roll , 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton , 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland 

DoKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

luPage 

Edgar 

Edward* 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

} Henry 

Iroqnoi3 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jeffer-on 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

| Lake 

—8 



3^ 




o 

t 

o 




817,351 


32 


4860 


15 


3304 


87 


3246 


36 


r,i58 


27 


8807 


81 


1566 


49 


3443 


14 


4894 


14 


7'23-i 


79 


4356 


35 


2633 


63 


3509 


10 


6407 


99 


7014 


88 


69,400 


29 


1972 


53 


2947 


20 


5711 


78 


4527 


26 


4808 


85 


4791 


05 


9004 


54 


1956 


76 


3159 


68 


4842 


36 


1797 


29 


2254 


54 


9885 


92 


2696 


12 


6292 


03 


4486 


45 


2253 


42 


11,539 


49 


989 


76 


4001 


15 


6392 


09 


7341 


62 


4373 


84 


2481 


63 


2937 


74 


4755 


45 


4861 


44 


1747 


20 


7439 


10 


4637 


39 


3347 


59 


12,120 


66 


4145 


09 



$657 95 

3001 45 
159 24 
177 10 
450 35 
344 93 
169 97 
186 86 
349 12 
537 57 
129 42 
236 69 
183 51 

1547 59 
514 81 

3670 20 
164 67 
566 16 
279 26 

307 56 
279 63 
225 11 
617 40 

61 52 

886 21 

1828 27 

191 31 

95 99 
641 10 

96 07 
159 40 
210 60 

73 01 
585 77 

56 80 
406 94 

308 28 
1271 08 

745 12 
398 C3 
105 24 
344 01 
359 74 
79 68 
397 60 
230 89 
169 62 
496 11 
216 71 



*S 



.§16,693 37 
1858 7o 
3145 63 
3069 26 
2707 92 
8462 88 
1396 52 
3256 28 
4545 02 
6695 22 
4226 93 
2396 94 
3325 59 
4860 40 
6500 07 

65,730 09 
1807 86 
2381 04 
5432 52 
4219 70 
4529 22 
4565 94 
8387 14 
1895 24 
2273 47 
3014 09 
1605 98 
2158 55 
9244 82 
2600 05 
6132 03 
4275 85 
2180 41 

10,953 72 
932 96 
3594 21 
6083 81 
6070 54 
3628 72 
2(i86 00 
2832 50 
4411 44 
4501 70 
1667 52 
7041 60 
4406 50 
3177 97 

11,624 55 
3928 38 



e-^3 



s§ 



$12,754 83 
1858 70 
3713 SU 
3743 41 
3684 09 
8114 36 
2132 68 
4433 63 
3616 11 
7249 35 
4796 50 
5723 89 
4161 44 
4336 06 
6358 54 

28 817 68 
4664 75 
3491 52 
6670 98 
4145 86 
3178 48 
4594 21 
6477 07 
2244 43 
3684 44 
5501 95 
2191 57 
4078 10 

11 547 27 
3288 49 
5815 68 
3964 07 
3547 66 
9990 47 
1632 43 
3629 68 
7706 02 
7055 87 
4481 99 
4137 46 
5554 36 
4194 07 
8773 57 
3253 57 
8477 97 
5866 43 
4240 45 
9438 76 
5981 101. 



$3933 54 



348 5: 



928 91 



624 34 

1141 53 

36,912 41 



73 84 
1350 74 



1910 07 



316 9-5 
311 78 



963 25 



217 37 



2185 79 



a. 3 



74 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



LaSalle. . . 
Lawrence . 
Lee , 

Livingston 
Logan 
Macon. 
Macoupin . , 
Madison . . , 
Marion 
Marshall . . , 
Mason 



Maasac 

McDonoagh . 
McHcnrv . . . 
McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie .... 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

tike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

feandolph . . . 
feichland. . . . 
kock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 
Schuyler. . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson . , 
Tazewell. . . . , 

Unitm 

Vermilion. .. . 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington . . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside . . . 

Will 

Williamson . . 
Winnebago . . 
Woodford. . . . 



Total 666,866 61 



$13,627 90 
3778 25 
5610 42 
6277 00 
8767 76 
7648 70 

11,084 28 

20,308 61 
4500 99 
4087 54 
6433 48 
2349 73 
8436 08 
6862 94 

13,940 15 
5077 39 
5563 31 
4080 78 
4420 95 

13,535 28 
3218 04 
6208 68 

15,954 32 
3606 97 
5292 14 
7497 10 
2254 98 
1938 29 
1845 26 
6141 08 
3201 60 
6030 46 
1656 82 

20,779 13 
4112 82 
2727 34 
6188 73 
2638 03 

16,238 68 
6714 32 

11,784 33 
3591 75 

11,034 35 
1981 50 
7546 33 
4616 26 
3098 95 
2489 50 
6584 48 
9907 35 
2646 40 
7762 21 
5497 27 



?S3 



18 
584 86 

354 39 
700 97 
336 48 
464 25 

2302 94 

6754 31 
274 73 
212 38 

1510 77 
311 32 

1197 07 

355 35 
669 47 
186 12 
832 61 
687 99 
186 02 
607 36 
521 42 
348 62 
671 54 
526 40 
444 73 
320 78 
700 00 
262 38 
109 13 

1200 00 
158 42 
418 05 
150 10 

1019 73 
202 39 
115 04 
904 68 
135 09 

1469 72 
313 31 

1071 97 
305 42 
726 77 
86 58 
405 59 
975 74 
196 76 
95 68 
581 50 
413 68 
592 62 
345 21 
714 49 



$12,945 72 
3193 39 
5256 03 
5576 03 
8431 28 
7184 45 
8781 34 

13,554 30 
4226 26 
3875 16 
4922 71 
2038 41 
7239 01 
6507 59 

13,270 68 
4891 27 
4730 70 
3392 79 
4234 93 

12,927 92 
2696 62 
5860 06 

15,282 78 
3080 57 
4847 41 
7166 32 
1554 98 
1675 91 
1736 13 
4941 08 
3043 18 
5612 41 
1506 72 

19,759 40 
3910 43 
2612 30 
5284 05 
2502 94 

14,768 96 
6401 01 

10,712 36 
3286 33 

10,307 58 
1894 92 
7140 74 
3640 52 
2902 19 
2393 82 
6002 98 
9493 67 
2053 78 
7417 00 
4782 78 



60,897 36 605,969 25 600,000 00 



$15,619 78 
3696 38 
6792 82 
6369 25 
5512 97 
5377 25 
9193 11 
9559 32 
5260 07 
4425 31 
4650 76 
2513 99 
7024 50 
7394 78 
11,017 94 
3466 09 
5575 77 
4017 52 
5793 31 
6684 97 
2820 20 
8101 63 
10,507 40 
4042 38 
3057 54 
9777 50 
3160 56 
1584 73 
1903 46 
6237 36 
3763 39 
6473 41 
3743 40 
10,541 80 
5331 75 
3143 33 
6577 99 
3321 31 
10,130 72 
7974 39 
7270 66 
4353 29 
8217 31 
2741 44 
6770 56 
5495 67 
5858 20 
5133 88 
6700 51 
9991 71 
4779 53 
7454 31 
5097 49 



P-55 3 



$2918 31 
1807 20 



3994 98 



271 95 



214 51 



2252 74 
1425 18 



6242 95 



4775 38 



1769 87 



91 18 



9217 60 



4638 24 



3441 70 



2090 27 



370 18 



96,656 28 





411 77 


1033 
550 


81 

15 


475 58 


887 


19 




845 

624 

1558 


07 
73 
38 


123 
2241 


56 

57 


961 


81 


2611 
1595 


13 

58 



167 33 

1296 28 

720 21 

861 00 

2236 68 



1421 32 i 

531 03 

1293 94 

818 37 



1573 38} 



1066 96J 



846 52 



1855 15 

2956 01 

2740 06 

697 53 

498 04 

2725 76 

37 31 

314 71 



90,687 03 



• $2,762 16 of the abatements allowed Alexander county was paid to the county under act of Feb. 12, 1868. 



75 

No. 16. 

Statement of the "School FwuV tax, levied in the year 1S63, showhg 
the aggregate amount charged, the amount deducted for abatements,. 
commissions, etc., the net amount collected, and the amount paid to 
eaoh county, etc. 



County. 


> 
3 
© 

6 

» 

a. 


Amount abate- 
ments, coninm- 


» 
3 
o 

c 

3 


, 


3 3 

M O 

3 C 

3 3 

2. 


Am'rtt received 
from county 
over am't paid. 


Ain't paid coun- 
ty over amount 




§18 444 01 


§666 08 
324 59 
182 28 
173 91 
189 30 
692 83 
161 83 
196 40 
152 54 
552 28 
149 35 

202 92 
161 62 
500 00 
452 10 

3921 24 
166 39 
585 95 
254 57 
303 68 
233 83 

201 72 
757 69 

58 62 
633 55 
1256 45 
119 15 
97 46 
649 40 
111 14 
170 61 

203 25 
127 56 
456 56 

50 36 
430 20 
297 67 
980 91 
737 16 

202 01 
137 90 
288 67 

296 20 
94 54 

297 13 
209 54 
198 57 
455 80 


$17,777 93 
5159 23 
3323 16 
2961 94 
28S3 37 
8279 74 
1494 19 
3552 98 
4430 52 
7057 37 
4454 75 
2926 79 
3146 81 
4596 50 
6932 02 
70,426 59 
2374 90 
2032 52 
5596 58 
4307 61 
5033 90 
4543 27 
8469 06 
2070 10 
2708 34 
4386 84 
1692 76 
2295 04 
9384 87 
2730 10 
5940 61 
4455 09 
2461 50 
9203 24 
1026 92 
3722 25 
6808 49 
5854 44 
3466 27 
2221 35 
2839 61 
4422 08 
4075 11 
1841 24 
7252 23 
4480 32 
3355 85 
11.954 84 


$14,030 31 
2044 57 
4084 63 


$3747 62 
3114 66 






5483 82 
3505 44 
3135 85 

am f,7 

8972 57 
1656 02 
3749 85 
4583 06 
7609 65 
4604 10 
2929 71 
3308 43 
5096 50 
7884 43 
74,847 83 
2541 29 
2618 47 
5851 15 
4611 29 
5267 73 
4744 99 
9226 75 
2128 72 
3341 89 
5643 29 
1811 91 
2392 50 
10,034 27 
2841 24 
6111 22 
4658 34 
2589 06 
9659 80 
1077 28 
4152 45 
7106 16 
6835 35 
4203 43 
2423 36 
2977 51 
4710 75 
4371 31 
1935 78 
7549 36 
4689 86 
3554 42 
12.410 64 






*761 4f 




4117 75 
4052 50 




1155 81 






1169 13 




8 

2 
4 

3 


925 79 




646 05 




345 95 

876 99 




851 76 


Carroll 




1324 01 




977 72 


452 80 






7974 29 
5276 15 
6296 28 
4577 59 


£16 92 




821 40 


Clark 


3569 4& 


Clav 




1430 78 




4769 66 
5894 40 

31.699 45 
5131 22 
3840 68 
7338 08 
4560 45 
3496 33 
5053 63 
7124 77 
2468 88 
4052 88 
6052 14 
2410 73 
4485 91 

12,702 00 




173 16 




1037 63 
38,727 14 




Cook 






2756 32 






1808 16 


DeKalh 




1741 50 


DeWitt 




252 84 




1537 57 






510 36 


Ed^ar 


1344 29 






398 78 






1344 54 






1665 30 


Ford 




717 97 






2190 87 






3317 13 




8 
6 






887 24 




397 25 




45G 64 




4360 49 
3902 43 
10,989 52 
1795 67 
3992 64 
8476 62 
7761 46 
4930 19 
4551 21 
6109 80 
4613 4S 
9650 93 
3578 93 
9325 77 
6453 07 
4664 50 


94 60 






1440 93 






1786 28 






768 75 






270 89 






1668 13 






1907 02 




1463 92 






2329 86 




3270 19 






191 40 






5575 82 






1637 69 






2073 54 




1972 75 


Kendall 




1308 65 




10,382 63 


1572 21 





76 

Statement — Continued. 



Countv. 



Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston .. . . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough . . . 

McIIcnry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. . . 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ogl° 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Richland , 

Rock Island. . 

Balir.e 

Sangamon ... . 

Bchujler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

Bfc. Clair 

Btcphenson . . 
Tazewell .. 

Union 

Vermilion. . . . 

Wabash 

Warren .... 
Washington. . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside 

Will 

Williamson.. . 
Winnebago.. . 
Woodford. . . . 



$4084 10 
14,332 06 
3402 37 
5999 96 
6424 72 
8415 65 
7880 80 
11,249 10 
19,277 20 
4753 68 
3996 04 
5873 00 
2555 72 
8756 72 
6880 55 
14,395 57 
5563 47 
6670 91 
4565 84 
4570 26 
13,662 99 
2793 35 
6426 87 
16,588 53 
8269 09 
4708 08 
8004 12 
3081 81 
1779 74 
20G9 16 
7438 38 
8180 40 
6113 35 
1908 01 
22,021 21 
4358 43 
326S 39 
6505 83 
2671 30 
16,635 10 
6851 19 
12,467 16 
3104 71 
11,171 78 
2037 27 
7679 12 
708S 43 
3251 16 
2935 73 
6360 90 
10,268 05 
2506 82 
8059 59 
5037 



ff'8 

3 P 

3 % 



*x, 



$190 55 
617 52 
416 17 
262 69 
267 84 
273 90 
379 82 
1207 48 
6709 27 
298 65 
189 19 
569 35 
374 55 
1264 20 
278 15 
612 08 
156 08 
265 78 
600 00 
206 73 
507 81 
315 93 
331 74 
606 75 
550 00 
314 12 
333 23 
800 00 
800 00 
155 49 
1400 00 
200 00 
490 12 
144 88 
955 23 
200 18 
130 28 
779 14 
124 38 
954 07 
305 73 
1219 84 
192 46 
543 74 
77 37 
862 15 
1027 93 
241 8! 
107 
471 40 
445 67 
547 45 
365 04 
211 15 



<*B 



$3893 55 
13,714 54 
2986 20 
5737 27 
6156 88 
8141 75 
7400 98 
10,041 67 
12,567 93 
4455 03 
3806 85 
5303 65 
2181 17 
7492 
6602 40 
13,783 49 
5407 39 
3405 13 
8965 84 
4863 
13.155 18 
2477 42 
6095 13 
15,981 78 
2719 09 
4393 96 
7665 S9 
2281 81 
1479 74 
1918 67 
6038 88 
2980 40 
5623 23 
1763 13 
21,065 93 
4158 25 
3138 11 
5726 69 
2546 92 
15,681 03 
6545 46 
11,247 82 
2912 25 
10,62S 04 
1959 90 
7316 97 
6060 50 
3009 28 
2828 70 
5889 50 
9822 3S 
1959 37 
7694 55 
4826 IS 



$6579 21 
17,181 66 
4066 02 
7472 10 
7006 18 
6064 27 
5914 97 
10112 42 
10,515 26 
5786 08 
4S67 84 
5115 84 
2765 39 
7726 96 
8134 26 
12.119 74 
3812 7u 
6133 34 
4419 2 
6372 6 
7353 47 
3102 22 
8911 80 
11,553 14 
4446 62 
3863 30 
10,755 25 
3176 61 
1743 20 
2093 81 
6861 09 
4189 73 
7120 75 
4117 64 
11,595 98 
6864 92 
3457 66 
7235 79 
3653 44 
11,143 79 
8771 83 
7997 72 
478S 62 
9039 05 
8015 59 
7447 62 
6045 24 
6444 02 
5647 27 
7370 56 
10,990 88 
5257 49 
8199 74 
5607 25 



Total 685,906 14 $50,700 45(685,205 G9| 660,000 CO 



2077 48 
I486 01 



2052 67 



1S7 81 



1663 75 
1594 69 



5S01 71 



4423 64 



1080 G6 



9470 ' 



4537 24 : 



3250 10 



15S8 99 



15 26 



2226 
1876 


37 

;:.v 


1055 
130 


69 
63 



3434 74 
2818 57 
1481 06 
1168 50 
3298 12 
505 19 
781 07 



),808 53 115.602 84 



76 

No. 17. 

Statement, showing the amount of Interest on the School Fund, and tkd 
amount of School Tax Fund, distributed for the years 1S62 and 1863, 
to the several Counties. 



Countv. 



Adams. . . . 
Alexander . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun. . . 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. 
Christian. . . 
Clark 



Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook , 

Crawford. . . . 
Cumberland . , 

Do Kail. 

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 

£nox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 



1862. 



Interest. 



1,335 


59 


143 


20 


321 


97 


370 02 


358 


02 


G83 


54 


166 


41 


887 


02 


308 


22 


496 


68 


308 


10 


532 


26 


339 


16 


352 


71 


475 


59 


3,451 


54 


423 


92 


305 


39 


593 


58 


3 07 


7 'J 


234 


3C 


461 


66 


575 


43 


192 


40 


265 


29 


398 


96 


64 


58 


350 


24 


1,146 


46 


289 


41 


526 


J 2 


329 


80 


273 


49 


985 


36 


136 


75 


306 


65 


646 


88 


409 


75 


327 


21 


317 


32 


477 


40 


393 


89 


899 


44 


279 


•je 


892 


gi 


460 


40 


420 


24 


935 


98 


582 


IV 


1,568 


20 


326 


00 



Tax. 



$12,754 83 
1,858 7o 
3,713 30 
3,743 41 
3,684 09 
8,114 36 
2,132 68 
4,433 63 
3,616 11 
7,249 35 
4,796 50 
5,723 89 
4,161 44 
4,336 06 
5,358 54 

28,817 68 
4,664 75 
3,491 52 
6,670 98 
4,145 86 
3,178 48 
4,594 21 
6,477 07 
2,244 43 
3,684 44 
5,501 95 
2,191 57 
4,078 10 

11,547 27 
3,288 49 
5,815 68 
8,964 07 
3,547 66 
9,990 47 
1,632 43 
3,629 68 
7,706 02 
7,055 87 
4,481 99 
4,137 46 
5,554 36 
4,194 07 

•8,773 57 
3,253 57 
8,477 97 
5,866 43 
4,240 45 
9,438 76 
5,981 10 

15,619 78 
3.696 38 



Total. 



$14,090 
2,0ol 
4,035 
4,113 
4,042 
8,797 
2,299 
4,820 
3,924 
7,746 
5,104 
6,256 
4,500 
4,688 
5,834 

32,269 
5.083 
3 796 
7,264 
4,513 
3,412 
5,055 
7,052 
2,436 
3,949 
5,900 
2,256 
4,428 

12,693 
3,577 
6,312 
4,293 
3,821 

10,975 
1,769 
3,936 
8,352 
7,465 
4809 
4,454 
6.031 
4,587 
9,673 
3,583 
9,370 
6,326 
4,660 

10,374 
6,563 

17,187 
4,022 



1863. 



Interest. 



Tax. 



Total. 



SI 



335 59 
143 20 
321 97 
370 02 
358 02 
6S3 54 
166 41 
387 02 
308 22 
496 69 
308 10] 
532 26 
339 15 
352 71 
475 59 
451 54 
423 92 

305 89 
593 58 
867 79 
234 36 
461 66 
575 43 
192 40 
265 29 
398 96 

64 58 
350 24 
,146 46 
289 41 
526 72 
329 80 
273 49 
985 36 
136 75 

306 65 
646 88 
409 75 
327 21 
317 32 
477 40 
393 89 
899 44 
279 76 
892 81 
460 40 
420 24 
935 98 
582 49 

,568 20 
326 00 



14,030 


31 


o 


i 44 


57 


4 


084 


63 


4 


117 


75 


4 


052 


50 


8 


925 


7'.' 


2 


315 


y 5 


4 


876 


99 


3 


977 


72 


7 


974 


29 


5 


276 


1.) 


6 


296 


its 


4 


577 


59 


4 


769 


66 


5 


S94 


40 


31 


699 


45 


5 


131 


22 


3 


840 


68 


7 


3C8 


08 


4 


560 


45 


3 


496 


:;;; 


5 


053 


63 


7 


124 


77 


2 


468 


88 


4 


052 


88 


6 


052 


1 I 


2 


410 


73 


4 


485 


91 


12 


702 


00 


3 


617 


34 


6 


897 


25 


4 


360 


49 


3 


902 


43 


10 


989 


52 


1 


795 


67 


3 


992 


6 1 


8 


476 


62 


7 


761 


16 


4 


930 


19 


4 


551 


21 


6 


109 


80 


4 


613 


•18 


9 


650 


93 


3 


578 


93 


9 


325 


77 


6 


453 


07 


4 


664 


60 


10 


382 


6 J) 


6 


579 


21 


17 


181 


76 


4 


066 


02 



$15, 



78 

Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Lee 

Livingston. . 

Logan 

Macoupin.. 

Macon 

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 . . 



1862. 



Interest. 



$567 
367 
450 
451 
832 
038 
436 
414 
360 
224 
676 
704 
93'.) 
319 
493 
362 
447 
636 
223 
735 

1131 
334 
201 
945 
251 
124 
177 
569 
337 
670 
325 

1014 
519 
306 
518 
312 

1057 
810 
686 
399 
628 
267 
659 
478 
447 
456 
573 
946 
441 
753 
438 



Tax. 



$6792 82 
6369 25 
5512 97 
5377 25 
9193 11 
9559 32 
5260 07 
4425 31 
4650 76 
2513 99 
7024 50 
7394 78 

11,017 94 
3466 09 
5575 77 
4017 52 
5793 31 
6684 97 
2820 20 
8101 63 

10,507 40 
4042 38 
3057 54 
9777 50 
3160 56 
1584 73 
1903 46 
6237 36 
3763 39 
6473 41 
3743 40 

10,541 80 
5331 75 
3143 33 
6577 99 
3321 31 

10.130 72 
7974 39 
7270 66 
4353 29 
8217 31 
2741 44 
6770 56 
5495 67 
5858 20 
5133 88 
6700 51 
9991 71 
4779 53 
7454 31 
5097 49 



Total. 



$7360 05 
6737 19 
5963 24 
5829 02 

10,025 27 

10,408 07 
5696 35 
4840 00 
5011 73 
2738 76 
7701 46 
8098 82 

11,957 42 
3785 58 
6068 78 
4379 52 
6240 80 
7321 48 
3043 29 
8836 66 

11,638 97 
4377 01 
325S 80 

10,723 07 
3414 94 
1709 60 
2081 (13 
6806 46 
4100 49 
7143 56 
4068 98 

11,555 98 
5851 05 
3449 56 
7096 39 
3633 75 

11,187 95 
8785 32 
7956 79 
4752 79 
8846 04 
3008 96 
7430 46 
5973 85 
6305 75 
5590 06 
7274 19 

10,938 66 
5220 57 
8207 48 
5535 52 



Total 54,564 93 600.000 00 $654,564 93 54,564 93 660.000 00 714,564 93 



Interest. 



$567 23 
367 85 

450 27 

451 77 
832 16 

938 75 
436 28 
414 69 
360 97 
224 77 
676 96 
704 04 

939 48 
319 49 
493 01 
362 00 
447 49 
636 51 
223 09 
735 03 

1131 57 
334 63 
201 26 

945 57 
254 38 
124 87 
177 57 
569 10 
337 10 
670 15 
325 58 

1014 18 
519 30 
306 23 
518 40 
312 44 

1057 23 
810 93 
686 13 
399 50 
628 73 
267 52 
659 90 
478 18 
447 55 
456 18 
573 68 ! 

946 95 I 
441 04 
753 17 
438 03 



18C3. 



Tax. 



$7472 10 
7006 18 
6064 27 
5914 97 

10,112 42 

10.515 26 
57S6 08 
4867 84 
5115 84 
2765 39 
7726 96 
8134 26 

12.119 74 
3812 70 
6133 34 
4419 27 
6372 64 
7353 47 
3102 22 
8911 80 

11,558 14 
4446 62 
3363 30 

10,755 25 
3476 61 
1743 20 
2093 81 
6861 09 
4139 73 
7120 75 
4117 64 

11,595 98 
5861 92 
3457 66 
7235 79 
3653 44 

11,143 79 
8771 83 
7997 72 
4788 62 
9039 05 
3015 59 
7447 62 
6045 24 
6444 02 
5647 27 
7370 56 

10.990 88 
5257 49 
8199 74 
5607 25 



Total. 



$8039 
7374 
6514 
636". 

10,944 

11.454 
6222 
5282 
5476 
21)90 
8403 
8838 

13,059 
4132 
6626 
4781 
6S20 
7989 
3325 
9646 

12,689 
4781 
3564 

11,700 
3730 
1868 
2271 
7430 
4476 
7790 
4443 

12,610 
6384 
3763 
7754 
3965 

12.201 
95S2 
8683 
5188 
9667 
3283 
8107 
6523 
6891 
6103 
7944 

11,937 
5698 
8952 
6045 



33 

03 
54 

74 
rs 
01 
36 
58 
81 
16 
92 
30 
22 
19 
35 
27 
13 
98 
31 
83 
7'. 
25 
56 
82 
99 
07 
38 
18 
83 
90 

a a 

16 
22 
89 
19 
88 
02 
76 
85 
19 
78 
11 
52 
42 
57 
45 
24 
83 
53 
91 
28 



79 

No. 18. 

Statement of the condition of the Banks of the State of UHno7S on tA* 
30th day of November, 1864, showing the amount and kind of secu- 
rities held in trust for them, and the amount of notes in circulation. 





ALTON BANK, ALTON. 


$23,320 26 








$2 741 00 




BANK OF BLOOMINGTON, BLOOMIXGTON. 






$59,000 00 








$49 2S1 00 




BANK OF GALENA, GALENA. 






$6.ooo oe 

$5,015 01) 






BANK OF ILLINOIS, NEW HAVEN. 




$7,500 00 










f6,735 00 




BANK OF KEWANEE, KEWANEE. 






$6,' 00 00 
$5,319 00 






BANK OF SPARTA, SPARTA. 




$5,958 80 










$5,000 00 




CITY BANK, OTTAWA. 






$12,200 00 
$10,687 OB 






CUMBERLAND COUNTY BANK, GREENUP. 




$31,350 00 








$26,650 00 




EDGAR COUNTY BA.NK, PARIS. 




$6,000 00 








$5,083 00 




EXCHANGE BaNK, ALBION. 




$7,000 00 










$4,500 60 









80 

Statement — Continued. 

GRUNDY COUNTY BANK, MORRIS. 
Illinois 6a 

Circulation 

HOME BANK, ELGIN. 
Illinois 6s 

Circulation 

MARINE BANK OF CHICAGO, CIIIOAGO. 
Illinois 6s 

Circulation 

McLEAN COUNTY BANK, BLOOMINGTON. 
Illinois 6s 

Circulation 

MECHANICS* BANK, HARDIN. 
Illinois 6s 

Circulation 

PAMET BANK, GRIGGSVILLE. 
Illinois 6s 

Circulation 

PEOPLE'S BANK, (LATE MAHAIWE,) GENESEO 
minors 6s 

Circulation , 

PRODUCERS' BANK, M'LEANSBORO. 
Illinois 6s , 

Circulation , 

REAPERS' BANK, FAIRFIELD. 

Illinois 6s 

Circulation 

SYCAMORE BANK, SYCAMORE. 

Illinois 6s , 

Circulation 

TRADERS' BANK, CHICAGO. 

Illinois 6s 

Circulation 



§6,000 00 



§5,400 00 



§6,000 00 



§5,400 00 



§11,083 46 



),968 00 



§12,700 00 
§11,446 00 



§7,466 66 
§6,253 00 



§3,500 00 
§2,829 00 



§3,400 00 


§2,992 00 


$11,200 00 


§9,970 00 


§3,000 00 


§2,764 00 


§6,000 00 


§5,400 00 


$6,000 00 


§5.219 00 



81 

Statement — Continued. 





TREASURY BANK, GRIGGSVILLE. 


$6,000 00 








$5,400 00 




UNITED STATES STOCK BANK, SPARTA. 




$(5 000 00 










$5 396 00 




RECAPITULATION. 






$252,684 17 








$199 364 00 











82 



No. 19. 



Statement of the accounts of Banks in liquidation whose notes are 
redeemed at this office. 



1864. Ap'l 25 
' 4 Nov. 30 


BANK OF ASHLAND, GOLCONDA. 




|7,465 97 




$5,295 00 
2,170 97 










ILLINOIS STATE BANK, NEW HAVEN. 






$7,465 97 


$7,465 97 


1862. Jan. 22 




$8,163 23 


1864. Nov. 30 


To -$12,135 — notes redeemed at $65£ 


$7,948 44 

8 00 

206 79 
















KANE COUNTY BANK, GENEVA. 






$8,163 23 


$8,163 23 


1862. A.p'1 28 
1864. Nov. 30 




$1,092 05 




$614 00 

6 00 

472 05 
















$1,092 05 


$1,092 05 









83 



No. 20. 



Statement of suspended Banks whose time for redemption has expired by 

limitation of law. 



Bank. 



Bank of Peru, Peru 

Bank of Northern Illinois, Waukegan.. . 

American Exchange Bank, Raleigh 

Alisana Dank, Sullivan 

Bank of Aurora, West Aurora 

Bank of Benton, Benton . 

Bank of Carmi, Carmi 

Bank of Chester, Chester 

Bank of the Commonwealth, Robinson.. 

Bank of Elgin, Elgin 

Bank of Naperville, Naperville 

J", ok of Pike County, Griggsville 

Bank of Quincy, Qnincy 

Bank of Raleigh, Raleigh 

Bclvidete Bank, Belvideie , 

Canal Bank, Thebes 

Citizens' Bank, Mt. Camel 

Commercial Bank, Palestine 

Commercial Bank, New Hevcn 

Continental Bank, Grondville 

Corn Exchange Bank, Fairfield 

Corn Planters' Bank, Marshall 

Doug as Bank, Metropolis 

Farmers' Bank, New Canton 

Farmeis' Bank of Illinois, Metropolis .. 
Farmers' and Traders' Bank, Charleston. 

Frontier B ;nk, Benton 

Garden Siat • Bank, Hutsonville 

Grand Prairie B ink, Urbana 

Grayville Bank, Grayville 

Hampden Bank, McLeansboro 

Humboldt Bank, Naperville 

Jersey County Bank, Jersey villc 

Kaskaski-Jt Dank, Sullivan 

Lafayette Bank, Bloomington 

Lancaster B ink, Lancaster 

Merchants' and Drovers' Bank, Joliet . . . 

Morgan County Bank, Jacksonville 

National Bank, Equality 

New Market Bank, New Market 

Plowman's Bank, Taylorville 

Railroad Bank, Decatur 

Reed's Bank, Galesburg 

Rock Island Bank, Rock Island 

Shawancre Bank, Elizabethtown 

Southern Bank of Illinois, Grayville , 

State Bank of Illinois, Shawneetown . . . 

Union Countv Bank, Jonesboro 

Highland Bank, Pittsfield 

American Bank, Vienna 

Agricultural Bank, Marion 

Bank of Aledo, Aledo 

Bank of Brooklyn, Brooklyn , 

Bank of Commerce, Vienna 



Expired. 



•July 
June 
Aujrust 



Septem'e 
October 



16, 1863. 

15, 1861. 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

80, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30. 

30, 

SO, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

SO, 

30, 

30, 

s 0. 

3 ". 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

80, 

30, 

30, 

30 

3o! 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

30, 

rl), 

22 

22', 

22 

22! 

22, 



84 

Statement — Continued. 



Bank. 



Expired. 



Bank of the Federal Union, Rock Island. . . 

Bank of Ueneeeo, Seneseo 

Bank of Metropolis, New Market 

Bank of the Republic, MeLeanaboro 

Bank of Southern Illinois, Bolton 

Bond County Bank, Greenville 

Bull's head Bank, Ste. Marie 

Colombian Bank, Elizabetbtown 

Eagle Bunk of Illinois, Thebes 

Franklin Bank, Greenville 

Fulton Bank, Vermont 

Illinois Central Bank, Newton 

Illinois State Security Bank, New Haven.. . 

Kankakee Bank, Kankakee 

Lake Michigan Bank, Harrisburg 

Mississippi River Bank, Oxford 

Narragansett Bank, Vienna 

Ohio River Bank, Golconda 

Olympic Bank, Metropolis 

Prairie State Bank, Washington 

State Stock Bank, St. Johns 

Toulon Bank, Toulon 

Warren County Bank, Monmouth 

Wheat Growers' Bank, Anna 

Western Bank of Illinois, Savanna 

Bank of Albion, Albion 

Bank of America, lit. Carmel 

Bank of Indemnity, Gallatin 

Bank of Jackson County, Carbondale 

Chicago Bank, Chicago 

Central Bank, Peoria 

E. I. Tinkham & Co.'s Bank, McLeansboro. 

Illinois River Bank, Hardin 

International Bank, Raleigh 

Merchants' Bank, Carmi 

Marshall County Bank, Lacon , 

Patriotic B ink, Hutsonville 

Pittsfield Bank, Pitt^field , 



October 



Novem'r 



23, 1864. 

23, 

22, 

22, 

22, 

22, 

22, 

22, 



22, 
22, 

22, 

22, 



22, 
22, 

22! 
22, 

22, 
22, 
22! 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 



S5 



No. 21. 



Statement of the, number and denominations of circulating nqtes issued 
to the banks, the number returned and destroyed, and the number out- 
standing on the aOth November, 1 8(.>4. 



DENOMINATIONS ISSUED. 



Names of Eank3. 



Alton Bank 

Bank of Ashland 

Bank of Bloomington 

Bank of Galena 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Kewanee 

Bank of Sparta 

City Bank 

Cumberland County Bank. . . . 

Edgar County Bank 

Grundy County Bank 

Home Bank 

Illinois State Hank 

Kane Coun y Dank , 

Marine Dank of Chicago. 

MoTiCan County Bank 

Mechanics 1 Bank 

Pamet Bonk 

People's Bank (late Mahaiwe) 

Producers' Bank 

Reapers' Bank 

Sycamore Bank 

Traders' Bank 

Treasury Bank 

I'nion Bank 

United States Stock Bank. . . 



Ones. 



4738 
13,795 

6417 
20,334 
17,793 

3-134 
63 954 
17,281 



878.; 
1651 

7531 



4684 

107,282 
62,670 

15.101 
6087 

11,508 
6179 

12,080 
1651 

5500 



47,726 

36,406 



Exchange Bank . 



$1 25 
13,60 



T-.vos. 



4738 

0417 
10,167 



Threes. 



3434 
10,077 



7331 

8 7 Mi 



>31|. 



4631 
24,889 
62,070 
15,101 

6i'87 
11,568 

6170 
12,086 



9361 
47,72.1 
18.203 



$2 50 
13.600 



4738 

13,795 

0117 

1000 

17,793 



Fives. 



4738 



16,977 



8786 



4031 
7514 



15,101 

6 7 
11,568 

6179 
12,086 



9361 



18,203 



4900 



0117 

6000 

03 58 ; 

6808 



17.287 
7331 
8786 
1651 



3365 

4634 

32 403 



Tens. 



15.101 

5145 
11, SOS 

6179 
12,08ti 

1651 

13,201 



4900 



1000 



500 



3366 
7514 



DENOMINATIONS RETU R NE D. 



Names of Banks. 



Alton Bank 

Bank of Ashland 

Bank of Bloomington 

Bank of Galena 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Kewanee 

Bank of Sparta 

City Bank 

Cumberland County Bank. 
Edgar County Bank 



Ones. 



4051 

13,299 

3224 

17,565 
16,426 

2679 

61,236 

9425 



7614 



444> 



2635 
9387 



2752 
16,463 



3476 
8159 



Threes. 



4499 

13 630 

2464 

923 

17,367 



16,559 



8330 



Fives. 



4601 



1081 

5909 

62,768 

6228 



16,722 
3543 
8521 



500 



86 

Statement — Continued. 



Names of Banks. 



Grundy County Bank 

Home Bank 

Illinois State Bank. 

Kane County Bank 

Marine Bmk of Chicago. 

McLean County Bank , 

Mechanics' Bank 

Pamet Bank - 

People's Bank (late Mahahve) 

Producers' Bank , 

Reapers' B ink , 

Sycamore Bank , 

Traders' Bank 

Treasury Bank , 

Union Bank , 

United States Stock Bank. . . - 



Ones. Twos 



1 

5789 



Exchange Bank. 



4477 

101,847 

57,134 

14,074 

5483 
11,024 

1834 

11,515 

1 

4901 



45.598 
34,-423 



Si 25 



12,630 



>702 



4560 
24,196 
59,715 
14,403 

5726 
11,252 

4353 
11,802 



7948 
46,292 
17,492 



$2 50 



12,931 



Threes. 



4586 
7375 



14,506 

5781 

11,326 

5913 
11,836 



8503 



17,606 



4700 



Fives. 



901 



3330 

4622 

32,029 



14,656 
5028 

11,350 
5944 

11,855 
901 

12,340 



4697 



Tens. 



3348 



74-28 



Amount. 



$4508 

17.193 

50,130 

50,465 

406,789 

176,564 

159,858 

59,418 

124,256 

57,999 

130,182 

4506 

66,601 

41,405 

138,182 

122,025 



85,700 



DENOMINATIONS OUTSTANDING. 



Names of Banks. 



Alton Bank 

Bank of Ashland 

Bank of Bloomington , 

Bank of Galena 

Bank of Illinois , 

Bank of Kewanee , 

Bank of Sparta 

City Bank 

Cumberland County Bank. . . . 

Edgar County Bank 

Grundy County Bank 

Home Bank 

Illinois State Bank 

Kane County Bank 

Marine Bank of Chicago 

McLean County Bank 

Mechanics' Bank 

Pamet Bank 

People's Bank (late Mahaiwe). 

Producers' Bank 

Reapers' Bank 

Sycamore Bank , 

Traders' Bank , 

Treasury Bank , 

Union Bank 

United States Stock Bank 



Exchange Bonk 



Ones. 



687 
496 
3193 
2769 
1367 
755 
2718 
7862 



1142 

1650 
1742 



157 
5435 
5536 
1027 

604 

544 
4345 

541 
1650 

599 



2128 
2183 



%\ 25 



970 



Twos. 



291 



3782 
780 



682 
514 



3855 
627 



1829 



74 
693 

2955 
698 
361 
316 

1826 
284 



1413 

1434 

711 



$2 50 



669 



Threes. 



239 
165 

3953 

77 
426 



418 



456 



48 
139 



535 
306 
242 
266 
250 



858 
597 



200 



Fives. 



137l 



>333 

91 

818 

640 



565 



2651 

750 



35 1 

12. 

3741 



445 

117 
218 
235 
181 
750 
924 



203 



Tens. 



18 
86 



Amount. 



$2741 
991 

49,281 
5015 
6735 
5319 
5000 

10,687 

26,650 
5089 
5400 
5400 
355 
509 
9968 

11,446 
6253 
2829 
2992 
9970 
2764 
5400 
5219 
5400 
4996 
5396 



4500 



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No. 22. 



A statement exhibiting the number and denominations of lank note im- 
pressions received at this office, the number delivered to the respective 
banks, the number destroyed, and the number now remaining in the cus- 
tody of the Treasarer. 



Names of banks. 



Alton Bank 

Bank of Bloonrington. . . . 
Bank of Galena 

It 

II 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Kewanee 

Bank of LaSalle 

Bank of Louisville 

Bank of Momence 

Bank of the State 

Bank of Sparta 

Bank of Trenton 

Bluff City Bank 

City Bank, Cairo 

City Bank, Ottawa 

Cumberland County Bank 

Edgar County Bank 

Exchange Bank 

Graziers' Bank 

Grundy County Bank. . . . 

Hermitage Bank 

Home Bank 

Jacksonville Bank 

Mahaiwc Bank 

Marine Bank of Chicago, . 
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McLean County Bank. . . . 

Mechanics' Bank 

Metropolitan Bank 

Pamet Bank. 

People's Bank 

Planters' Bank 

Producers' Bank 

Pork Packers' Bank 

Reapers' Bank 

Salem Bank, of Salem. . . . 

Sycamore Bank 

Traders' Bank . . 

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Treasury Bank 

Union Bank 

United States Stock Bank. 



Denominations. 



1, 2, 3, 5 

10 

J, 2, 3, 5 

1, 1, 2, 5 

1, 1, 2 

3 

10 

1, 3 

5, 5 

1, 2, 5, 5 

1, 1, 2, 3 



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6, 5, 10, 20 

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1, 1 
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2, 5 
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1, 5 

2, 5 
1, 2, 3, 5 

1.25, 2.50 

3, 5 
5, 5 
1, 5 
3, 5 
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1, 2, 3, 5 

1, 2, 3, 5 

1, 3, 5, 10 

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1, 2, 3, 5 

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1, 2, 3, 5 

3, 5 
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5, 10 

1,5 

1 

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2, 3 
1, 2 

1, 1, 2, 3 



Number 
received. 



5000 

3000 

10,000 

7000 

5000 

1000 

1000 

20,000 

34,000 

4300 

10,000 

10,000 

5000 

6250 

22,000 

15,000 

10,000 

10,000 

5500 

17,500 

15,000 

9000 

15,000 

8000 

10,000 

4667 

10,000 

12,000 

5500 

12,000 

10,178 

19,890 

5000 

25,000 

17,000 

46,000 

19,000 

10,000 

7000 

6000 

1000 

20,000 

7300 

7000 

14,600 

4C00 

4334 

5500 

7500 

20.250 

50,000 

23,000 



Number 
delivered 



473S 

1UU0 

6417 

6000 

4167 

1000 

500 

17,793 

31,793 

3434 



16 977 
15,000 



17.287 
7331 
8786 

13,600 
4900 



1651 



7531 



11,044 
7514 
19,890 
5000 
25,000 
16,666 
46,000 
15,101 



6087 

5145 

524 



6179 
12,086 



1651 
5500 
6632 
9361 
47,726 
18,203 



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334 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



STATE TKEA8UEEE 



TO THE 



TWENTY-FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



OF THE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS. 



SPKING^IELD : 

BAKER & PHILLIPS, PRINTERS. 
1865. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF TOE 



STATE TKEASUKEK, 

FOR 1863 AND 1864. 



Treasurer's Office, Illinois, 

Springfield, Dec. 15th, 1864. 

To the Honorable the General Assembly of the State of Illinois ; 

I have the honor to submit the following report of the condition of 
the public treasury, for the two years ending November 30, 1864, show- 
ing the amount of receipts and disbursements, on account of the several 
funds, during that period, and the balance of each on hand December 
1st, 1864, a general and detailed statement of which is shown in the 
following synopsis and annexed tabular statements : 

Receipts for revenue purposes, including the balance on hand on the 
1st day of December, 1862, amount to $872,313 30. Payments on the 
same account amount to $869,049 80, leaving a balance on hand of 
$3,263 50. 

Receipts on account of the State Debt Fund amount to $589,128 94. 
Payments on account of same amount to $4 50, leaving a balance on 
hand of $589,124 44. 

Receipts on account of the Interest Fund, including the balance on 
hand December 1st, 1862, amount to $1,751,252 42. Payments on 
account of same amount to $1,441,995 84, leaving a balance on hand 
December 1st, 1864, of $309,256 58. 

Receipts on account of the State School Fund, including the balance 
on hand December 1st, 1862, $286,713 33. Payments on account of 
same, $174,637 39, leaving a balance on hand December 1st, 1864, of 
$112,075 94. 

Receipts on account of the Illinois Central Railroad Fund, including 
the balance on hand December 1st, 1862, amount to $997,441 47. 



Payments on account of same amount to $798,573 27, leaving a balance 
on hand December 1st, 1864, of $198,868 20. 

Amount of Delinquent Land Tax Fund on hand December 1st, 1862, 
$338 26. Payments on account of same amount to $7 20, leaving a 
balance on hand December 1st, 1864, of $331 06. 

Receipts on account of the War Fund, including the balance in the 
treasury December 1st, 1862, amount to $363,976 17. Payments on 
account of same amount to $363,965 41, leaving a balance on hand 
December 1st, 1864, of $10 76. 

Funds deposited in the treasury from Adams and Hancock counties, 
belonging to unknown and minor heirs, on hand December 1st, 1862, 
$126 40. Amount received from Sangamon and Hamilton counties, on 
account of same fund, $575 26. Total amount on hand December 1st, 
1864, $701 66. 

Total amount of all funds in the treasury, December 1st, 1864, 
$1,213,632 14. 

In the last report of the late Treasurer to your honorable body, he 
advises or suggests the enactment of a law authorizing the refunding 
of all past due Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds, the coupons of which 
being exhausted, both the holder and the Treasurer are subjected to 
oreat inconvenience in the payment of interest, as the bonds have to be 
presented for each semi-annual payment, and are already nearly covered 
with the interest stamps. Of the unregistered bonds of this descrip- 
tion, there are now outstanding $646,000 ; and I would respectfully 
renew the suggestion of my predecessor in reference to them. 

I would report that in the absence of any law touching the coin in 
the treasury, I have set it apart and used it for the payment of the in- 
terest upon the sterling bonds of the State, both the principal and 
interest of which are payable in London ; and for the payment of past 
due interest. There remains on hand, December 1st, 1864, a sufficient 
amount of coin to pay the interest falling due January and July, 1865, 
and January, 1866, on the class of indebtedness mentioned, and, in my 
judgment, it should be appropriated by law for that purpose, and a law 
also enacted providing for the procuring of like funds, for the continued 
payment of such interest, after those now on band are exhausted. The 
honor and interests of the State alike demand, I think, that this course 
be pursued in reference to the sterling indebtedness, as they are spe- 
cifically made payable in London, where coin is the only legal tender. 

ALEXANDER STAENE, Treasurer. 



TABULAR STATEMENTS. 



1. Statement of interest, past due, paid at the treasury from the 27th 

day of November, 1862, to the 23d day of December, 1862. 

2. Statement of the 84th installment of interest paid in the city of 

New York, by the Treasurer. 

3. Expenses on account paying 34th installment of interest in the city 

of New York. 

4. Statement of interest, past due, and paid at the treasury from the 

27th day of January, 1863, to the 26th day of June, 1863. 

5. Statement of the 35th installment of interest paid in the city of 

New York, by the Treasurer. 

6. Expenses on same. 

7. Statement of interest, past due, and paid at the treasury from the 

24th day of July, 1863, to the 24th day of December, 1863. 

8. Statement of the 36th installment of interest paid in the city of 

New York, by the Treasurer. 

9. Expenses on same. 

10. Statement of interest, past due, paid at the treasury from the 25th 

day of January, 1864, to the 23d day of June, 1864. 

11. Statement of the 37th installment of interest paid in the city of 

New York, by the Treasurer. 

12. Expenses on same. 

13. Statement of interest, past due, paid at the treasury from the 25th 

day of July, 1864, to the 15th day of December, 1864. 

14. Statement of collections on account of revenue. 

15. Statement of monthly receipts of revenue, special taxes, etc. 

16. Statement of monthly credits, by Auditor's receipts. 

17. Statement of Revenue account, leaving a balance of $3,263 50 

18. Statement of State Debt Fund account, leaving a 

balance of. 589,124 44 

19. Statement of Interest Fund account, leaving a bal- 

ance of 309,256 58 



6 

20. Statement of School Fund account, leaving a balance 

of. $112,075 94 

21. Statement of Central R. R. Fund account, leaving a 

balance of 198,868 20 

22. Statement of Delinquent Land Tax Fund account, 

leaving a balance of 331 06 

23. Statement of Unknown and Minor Htirs' account, 

leaving a balance of 702 06 

24. Statement of War Fund account, leaving a balance 

of 10 76 

25. Recapitulation of Treasurer's account, leaving a bal- 

ance in the treasury of. $1,213,032 14 



No. 1. 

Statement of interest, past due, paid at the Treasury, from the 27ih day 
of November, 1862, to the 22d day of December, IS 62. 



1862. December 15 

" " 22 

" 22 

" 22 



James Clemens, Jr., inscribed stock, Jan., '57, to July, '62 

F. Victor & Aehelis, inscribed stock, July, 1862 

E. Butler, inscribed stock, July, 1859 

E. Butler, inscribed stock, January, 1861, and July, 1862. 

By Auditor's warrant 



$540 84 
58 50 
38 80 
77 60 



$715 74 



$716 74 



Spkingfield, Illinois, December 24, 1862. 
I hereby certify that I have examined the above account, and find the same to be correct, 
in accordance with the vouchers on file in the Treasurer's office, for the payment of back in- 
terest, made by him, from the 27th day of November, 1862, to the 24th dav of December 
1862. 

JESSE K. DUBOIS, Auditor. 

By E. F. Leonabd. 



No. 2. 

Statement of interest paid on the debt of the State of Illinois in the city 
of New York by William Butler, Treasurer, during the month of 
January, 1863. 



THIRTY-FOURTH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due January, 1863, on $1,903,014, new internal improvement 

stock, issued under act of 184*7, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1863, on $1,225,820 68, interest bonds, issued un- 
der act of 184 7, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1863, on $243,890 21, liquidation bonds, issued un- 
der act of 1849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1863, on $710,114 59, interest bonds of 185*7, issued 

under act of 185*7, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1863, on Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds, and 
other coupon bonds : 
105 coupons from $1,000 registered bonds of July, 1841, less 30 per cent. 

at $21 

56 coupons from $1,000 unregistered bonds of July, 1841, at $30 

830 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds, dated prior to 184*7, less 30 per 

cent., at $21 

31*7 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 184*7, at $30 

382 stamps on $1,000 registered bonds, dated July 1, 1847, less 30 per cent., 

at $21 

231 stamps on $1,000 unregistered bonds, dated July 1, 1847, at $30 

530 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in London, £9, less 30 per 

cent., with 10£ per cent, exchange, at $30 94 

28 coupons from £300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9, with 

10J per cent, exchange, at $44 20 

407 coupons from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 30 

per cent., with 10£ per cent, exchange, at $10 31 

16 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £3, with 10£ 

per cent, exchange, at $14 73 

158 coupons from $1,000 bonds, dated March 1st, 1861, at $30 

41 coupons from $1,000 bonds, internal improvement, at $30 

30 coupons from $1,000 bonds refunded stock of 1859, due 1860, at $3' 
778 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1862, at $30 
28 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1865, at $30 
197 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1869, at $30 
343 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1870, at $3C 
102 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1876, at $30 
346 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1877, at $30 
65 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, N. XL, due 1879, at 

$30 

1020 coupons from $1,000 war bonds of 1861, at $30 

948 coupons from $500 war bonds of 1861, at $15 

4617 coupons from $100 war bonds of 1861, at $3 

Expenses attending payment of interest, as per statement herewith 



$57,090 33 

36,774 55 

7316 71 

21,303 39 



2205 00 
1680 00 

17,430 00 
9510 00 

8022 00 
6930 00 

16,398 20 

1237 60 

4196 17 

235 68 

4740 00 

1230 00 

900 00 

23,340 00 

840 00 

5910 00 

10,290 00 

3060 00 

10,380 00 

1950 00 

30,600 00 

14,220 00 

13,851 00 

942 40 

$312,583 03 



9 



No. 3. 



Statement of expense attending the payment of interest, in the city of 
New York, during the month of January, 1863. 



Paid for New York Tribune advertising notice of payment 

" New York Evening Post advertising notice of payment. 

" New York Times advertising notice of payment 

" passage to and from New York 

" expenses on the way 

" board bill at New York 

" transportation of 8319,000 to New York, at $2 per M . . 

" transportation of 87,329 37 to Springfield, at $2 per M. 

" transportation of box of books to and from New York . 

" one brass stamp 

" check, stamps and stationery 

" telegraphic dispatches 



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No. 5. 



Statement of interest paid on the debt of the State of Illinois, in the 
city of New York, by Alexander Starne, Treasurer, daring the 
month of July, 1863. 



THIRTY-FIFTH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due July, 1863, on $1,803,088 44, new internal improvement 

stock, issued under act of 1847, at 3 per cent ... 

Paid interest due July, 1863, on $1,204,559 87, interest bonds, issued under 

act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1863, on $693,969 00, interest bonds, issued under act 

of 1857, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1863, on $231,890 21, liquidation bonds, issued under 

act of 1849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1863, on Illinois and Michigan Canal Bonds, and other 
coupon bonds, as follows: 
72 coupons from $1000 registered bonds of July, 1841, less 30 per cent 

at $21 

45 coupons from $1000 unregistered bonds of July, 1841, at $30 

810 stamps on $1000 registered bonds, dated prior to 1847, less 30 per cent., 

at $21 

311 stamps on ?1000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 1847, at $30 

347 stamps on $1000 registered bonds, dated July, 1847, less 30 per cent., 

at $21 

219 stamps on $1000 unregistered bonds, dated July, 1847, ut $30 

549 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in London, £9, less 30 per 
cent., with 11 per cent, exchange, at $31 08 

45 coupons from £300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9, with 11 
per cent exchange, at $44 40 

515 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in London, £13 10, less 

30 per cent, with 11 per cenS. exchange, at $46 62 

675 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £13 10, 

with 11 per cent, exchange, at $66 60 

39 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in New York, £13 10, 

less 30 per cent., at $42 

29 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in New York, £13 10, 

at |60 

408 coupons from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 30 

per cent., with 11 per cent, exchange, at $10 36 

29 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds, papable in London, £3, with 11 

per cent, exchange, at $14 80 

135 coupons from $1000 bonds, dated March 1, 1861, at $30 

41 coupons from $1000 internal improvement bonds, at $30 

46 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due I860, at $30. . 
740 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1862, at $30. . 

28 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1865, at $30. . 
187 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1869, at $30. . 
369 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1870, at $30. . 
104 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1876, at $30. . 
338 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1877, at $30. . 

62 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, N. U., due 1879, 

at $30 

794 coupons from $1000 war bonds of 1861, at $30 

835 coupons from $500 war bonds of 1861, at $15 

4266 coupons from $100 war bonds of 1861, at $3 



Total $367,766 



16 



No. 6. 



Statement of exjienses attending the payment of interest in the city of 
New York, during the month of July, 1863. 



Paid for New York Tribune, advertising notice of payment 

New York Post, advertising notice of payment 

New York World, advertising notice of payment 

Passage treasurer and clerk to and from New York, board in New York, 

and expenses on the way 

Transportation $120,000 to New York, at $3 

Transportation box books to and from New York 

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No. 8. 



Statement of interest paid on the debt of the State of Illinois in the city 
of New York, by Alexander Starne, Treasurer, during the month 
of January, 1864. 



THIRTY-SIXTH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due January, 1864, on $1,834,273 26, new internal improvement 

stock, issued under act of 184*7, at 3 per cent. . . , 

Paid interest due January, 1864, on $1,202,644 93, interest bonds issued un- 
der act of 184*7, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1864, on $091,838 60, interest bonds issued under 

act of 185*7, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1864, on £231,884 21, liquidation bonds issued un- 
der act of 1849, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due January, 1864, on Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds, and 
other coupon bonds, as follows : 
102 coupons from $1,000 registered bonds dated July 1, 1841, less 35 per 

cent., at $19 50 

4*7 coupons from $1,000 unregistered bonds dated July 1, 1841, at $30.. . . 
844 stamps upon $1,000 registered bonds dated prior to 184*7, less 35 per 

cent, at $19 50 

336 stamps upon $1,000 non-registered bonds dated prior to 1S47, at $30. . . 
443 stamps upon $1,000 registered bonds dated July 1, 1847, less 35 per 

cent, at $19 50 

247 stamps upon $1,000 unregistered bonds dated July 1, 1847, at $30 

546 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in London, £9, less 35 per 

cent, with 11 per cent exchauge, at $28 85 

45 coupons from £300 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £9, with 11 

per cent, exchange, at $44 40 

390 coupons from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, £3, less 35 per 
cent, with 11 per cent, exchange, at $9 62 

29 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds payable in London, £3, with 11 
per cent, exchange, at $14 80 

152 coupons from $1,000 bonds, dated March 1, 1861, at $30 

43 coupons from $1,000 bonds, new internal improvement stock, at $30. . 

30 stamps upon $1,000 bonds, bank and internal improvement stock, at $30 
773 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1862, at $30. . 

28 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1865, at $30. . 
207 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1869, at $30. . 
432 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1870, at $30. . 
107 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1876, at $30. . 
423 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1877, at $30. . 

6"8 coupons from $1,000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, "N. U.," due 1879, 

at $30 

995 coupons from $1,000 war bonds of 1861, at $30 

875 coupons from $500 war bonds of 1861, at $15 

4789 coupons from $100 war bonds of 1861, at $3 



$55,028 19 

36,079 34 

20,755 15 

6,956 71 



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3,751 80 

429 20 

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1,290 00 

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23,190 00 

840 00 

6,210 00 

12,960 00 

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12,690 00 

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23 



No. 9. 



Statement of expenses attending the pm/?nent of interest in the city of 
New York) during the month of January, 1864. 



Paid for New York World advertising notice of payment 

" Arthur Gregory & Co.V bill for check book and interest stamp . . . 

" New York Herald advertising notice of payment 

" New York Post advertising notice of payment 

" passage treasurer aud clerk to and from New York, board while there 
and expenses on the way 

" transportation of $42,000 to New York, at $2 00 per $1000 

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" transportation box books to and from New York 

" 480 check stamps, at 2c 

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No. 11. 



Statement of interest paid on the debt of the State of Illinois in the city 
of Neio York, by Alexander Staene, Treasurer, during the month 
,of July, 1864. 



THIRTY-SEVENTH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid interest due July, 1864, on $1,782,328 02, new internal improvement 

stock, issued under act of 184*7, at 3 per cent 

Paid interest due July, 1864, on $1,156,980 15, interest bonds, issued under 

act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

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1857, at 3 per cent 

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coupon bonds, as follows: 

67 coupons from $1000 registered bonds of July, 1841, less 35 per cent, 

at $19 50 

45 coupons from $1000 unregistered bonds of July, 1841, at $30 

821 stamps on $1000 legistered bonds, dated prior to 184-7, less 35 per 

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277 stamps on $1000 unregistered bonds, dated prior to 1847, at $30 

364 stamps on $1000 registered bonds, dated July 1, 1817, less 35 per cent , 

at |19 50 

212 stamps on $1000 unregistered bonds, dated July 1, 1847, at $30 

549 coupons from £300 registered bonds, payable in London, less 35 per 

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43 coupons from £300 unregistered bonds, pay able in London, £9, with 

11 per cent, exchange, at $44 40 

518 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in London, less 35 per 

cent., £13 10, with 11 per cent, exchange, at $43 29 

674 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £13 10, 

with 11 per cent, exchange, at $66 60 " 

39 coupons from £225 registered bonds, payable in New York, less 35 per 

cent., £13 10, at $39 

30 coupons from £225 unregistered bonds, payable in New York, £13 10, 

at $60 

408 coupons from £100 registered bonds, payable in London, less 35 per 

cent., £3, with 11 per cent, exchange, at $9 62 

29 coupons from £100 unregistered bonds, payable in London, £3, with 

1 1 per cent, exchange, at $14 80 

161 coupons from $1000 bonds, dated March 1, 1861, at $30 

39 coupons from $1000 internal improvement bonds, at $30 

631 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1862, at $30 

28 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1865, at $30 

190 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1869, at $30 

378 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1870, at $30 

82 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1876, at $30 

376 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, due 1877, at $30 

65 coupons from $1000 bonds, refunded stock of 1859, N. U., due 1879, 

at $30 

760 coupons from $1000 war bonds of 1861, at $30 

792 coupons from $500 war bonds of 1861, at $15 

4117 coupons from $100 war bonds of 1861, at $3 



Total 



29 



No. 12. 



Statement of expenses attending the payment of interest in the city of 
JVew York, during the month of July, 1864. 



Paid for New York World advertising notice of payment 

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" brass stamp for canal bonds 

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" transportation to New York $21,000 

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" 4 interest books for July, 1863, to January, 1865, inclusive 

" expenses Treasurer and clerk to and from New York, and board while 

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" American Exchange Bank disbursing $354,167 21, at | per cent 



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Taxes collected and paid over b\- collectors, assessed in the year 1863 

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