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shall take effect and continue to be in force from and after its passage, and until repealed by further legislation.

APPROVED February 23, 1867.

In force Feb’y AN ACT to amend “An act to regulate the fees and compensation of 26, 1867.

sheriffs and collectors in certain counties," approved February 16, 1865.

pire.

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Act not to ex- act to which this is an amendment is hereby amended, by

striking out so much thereof as relates to the time when said act shall expire, and is continued in force up til otherwise ordered by the general assembly, except in so far as it

extends to the counties of Jefferson, Schuyler aud Fulton. Provisions of § 2. That the provisions of said act, to which this is an act extended to other coun- amendment, as amended, are hereby extended to the fol

lowing counties, viz: Woodford, Coles, Tazewell, Cass, Brown, Crawford, Moultrie, DeWitt, Jasper, Boone, Chanpaign, Kankakee, Lake, Menard, Bond, Kendall, Iroquois, Ford, Scott, Logan, Peoria, McHenry, Marshall, Putnam, Warren, Bureau, Livingston, McLean, Woodford, Stark, DuPage, Grundy, DeKalb, Edgar, Carroll, Lee, Whiteside, and Winnebago.

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

APPROVED February 26, 1867.

ties.

In force Feb’y AN ACT to extend the provisions of and continue in force an act entitled 23, 1867.

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

Woodford county.

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

Illinois, represented in the General Asseinbly, That the proAct extended to visions of an act entitled “An act to regulate the fees and

compensation of sheriffs and collectors in certain counties," approved February the 16th, 1865, be and the same are hereby extended to the county of Woodford, in said state; and all the provisions of said act shall extend to and be in force in Woodford county, aforesaid, the same as in the

counties mentioned in the original act. Time of expira- $ 2. And all of the provisions of the act to which this

act is an amendment shall continue and be in force in said Woodford county, in said state, until the first day of August, eighteen hundred and seventy.

tion.

§ 3. This act shall be liberally construed, so as to effect the objects intended, and shall be deemed a public act, and shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

APPROVED February 28, 1867.

AN ACT to establish and fix the fees of justices of the peace and con- In force Februstables in this state.

ary 28, 1867.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the fees of justices of the peace and constables, of this state, shall, hereafter, be as follows, for the services herein mentioned, to-wit:

anal cases.

JUSTICES' FEES IN CRIMINAL CASES. For taking each complaint in writing, under oath, thirty- Fees in crimifive cents; for taking the examination of the accused and the testimony of witnesses in cases of felony and returning the same to the circuit court, for every one hundred words, fifteen cents; for each warrant, thirty-five cents; taking recognizance and returning the same, seventy-five cents; for each subpæna, thirty-five cents; administering each oath, ten cents; for each jury warrant in trial of assault and battery, thirty-five cents; for entering verdict of jury, fifteen cents; for each order or judgment thereon, thirtyfive cents; for each mittimus, thirty-five cents; for each execution, thirty-five cents; for entering each appeal, thirtyfive cents; for transcript of judgment and proceedings in cases of appeal, one dollar.

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JUSTICES' FEES IN CIVIL CASES. For each warrant, summons or subpæna, twenty-five Fees in civil cacents; for each continuance, fifteen cents; administering se: any oath, ten cents; issuing dedimus to take depositions, thirty-five cents; taking each deposition, when required, for every one hundred words, twenty cents; entering judgment, thirty-five cents; issuing execution, thirty-five cents; entering security on docket, thirty-five cents; scire facias, to be served on security, thirty-five cents; notification to each referee, thirty-five cents; entering the award of referees, fifty cents; entering the appeal from justice's judgment, thirty-five cents; for each transcript of the judgment and proceedings before the justice on appeal, thirty-five cents; issuing process of attachment and taking bond and security, one dollar; entering judgment on the same, thirty

five cents; docketing each suit, twenty-five cents; taking the acknowledgment or proof of a deed or other instrument in writing, thirty-five cents; for each precept on forcible entry and detainer, sixty-five cents; for each jury warrant, thirty-five cents; for each marriage ceremony performed, two dollars ; for each certificate thereof, twenty-five cents; for taking acknowledgment of chattel mortgage and entering the same on docket, thirty-five cents.

in civil cases.

CONSTABLES' FEES IN CIVIL CASES. Constables' fees Serving and returning each warrant [or] summons, thirty

five cents; serving and returning subpæna, fifteen cents; serv. ing and returning execution, seventy-five cents; advertising property for sale, forty cents; attending trial before justice, in each jury cause, forty cents; serving jury warrant, in each case, seventy-five cents, and mileage five cents each way, for each juror accepted; each day's attendance in the circuit court, when required, to be paid out of the county treasury, two dollars and fifty cents; mileage, when serving a warrant, summons or subpoena, to and from the residence of the defendant or witness to the office of the justice, five cents per mile, each way.

CONSTABLES' FEES IN CRIMINAL CASES.

in criminal cases.

Constables' fees For serving a warrant, on each person named therein,

thirty-five cents; serving each subpoena, fifteen cents; taking each person to jail, when committed, thirty-five cents; for summoning a jury, in case of assault and battery, seventy-five cents; mileage, when serving a warrant or subpæna, five cents per mile, each way; mileage, in taking a prisoner to jail, ten cents per mile from the justices' office to the jail.

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

APPROVED February 28, 1867.

In force March AN ACT to increase the compensation of the sheriffs of the counties of 7, 1867.

Adams and St. Clair, for dieting prisoners.

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That there shall Board of, pris- hereafter be allowed and paid, in the manner now provided

by law, to the sheriffs of the counties of Adams and St. Clair, the sum of eighty (80) cents per day for dieting each prisoner confined in the county jails of said counties.

oners.

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

APPROVED March 7, 1867.

AN ACT to repeal a portion of an act entitled “An act in relation to the In force Maroh fees of certain officers in certain counties therein named,” approved

7, 1867. February 16, 1865.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Minois, represented in the General Assembly, That so much Fees of circait of the above entitled act as relates to the fees of the clerk clerk. of the circuit court and of the clerks of the county court of the counties of Warren and St. Clair, be and the same is hereby repealed.

§ 2. All laws and parts of laws repealed by the above Acts revived. entitled act are hereby revived and continued in full force and effect, so far as the same apply to the counties of Warren and St. Clair.

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

APPROVED March 7, 1867.

counties.

AN ACT in relation to fees of county officers in certain counties. In force March

7, 1867. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That until Fees as in other the first day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-nine, the county officers of the counties of Marshall, Putnam, Stark, Woodford, Bond, Randolph, Monroe, Jackson, Franklin, Williamson, Scott, Jersey, Calhoun, Pike, Greene, and the sheriff of DeKalb county, shall be allowed to charge and receive the same fees and allowances as are now allowed by the provisions of an act entitled “An act in relation to the fees of certain officers in certain counties therein named,” approved February 16, 1865, and also of an act entitled "An act to regulate the fees and compensation of sheriffs aud collectors in certain counties," approved February 16, 1865: Provided, that only one-half of said fees shall be charged by the clerk of the county court in estates, and on settlements with guardians where the said court shall determine that the amount and value of said estate or guardian's account shall not exceed the sum of five hundred dollars.

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County judges. § 2. The county judges of the counties of Marshall,

Putnam, Stark, Woodford, Bond, Randolph, Monroe, Jackson, Franklin, Williamson, Scott, Jersey, Calhoun, Pike, Greene, shall be allowed the sum of five dollars per day, while holding county court, to be paid as now provided by law.

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

APPROVED March 7, 1867.

In force March AN ACT to amend an act entitled “An act to amend the act entitled fees 7, 1867.

and salaries," approved February 12, 1849, and to simplify said act.

trial.

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter, Fees pending in lieu of the fees now allowed to the clerks of the several

courts of record in this state for entering each suit on the dockets for trial, and for entering each order or rule of 'court for continuance, there shall be allowed a fee of fifty cents for each and every term of the court such suit shall remain pending and undetermined, to be taxed and collected as other costs in the cause.

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

APPROVED March 7, 1867.

In forco March AN ACT to increase the compensation of sheriffs in the county of Knox. 7, 1867.

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, The provisions Sheriffe. of an act entitled “An act to regulate the fees and compen.

sation of sheriffs and collectors in certain counties," approved February 16, 1865, are hereby extended to the county of Knox, except as to the following items, to-wit: Committing persons to jail and discharging the same, summoning jurors, attending court or board of supervisors, bailiffs per day, and dieting prisoners in county jail. In these excepted cases the fees shall remain the same as

before the passage of this act. conflictinglaws. § 2. All laws in conflict with the provisions of this act

shall be of no effect, as far as the same may apply to the county of Knox, and the limitation in section five of the

Bailiffs.

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