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In force Feb. 28, AN ACT making an appropriation in aid of the State Horticultural Society im- of Illinois.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That there be Appropriation appropriated for the use of the State Horticultural Society forpremiums, j.o expende(l m payment of premiums, in publishing the transactions of said society, procuring scientific investigations relating to horticulture, and paying expenses of ad interim committees, the sum of two thousand dollars per annum.
T orderPofd the § ^' The said sum of two thousand dollars* shall be paid president and to the treasurer of said State Horticultural Society, on the secretary. or(}er 0f the president and secretary of the same. Approved February 28, 1867.
In force Feb.28, AN ACT making appropriations for the pay of the officers and members 1867- of the next general assembly, and for the salaries of the officers of the
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of „ . , Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the folassembly pro- lowing appropriations be and the same are hereby made to XeM&soi the members and officers of the next general assembly, and offiVceer°ment f0r *ne 8alaries 0f the officers of government, speaker of sen- First. To the speaker of the senate and house of repress repKsen* sentatives each, the sum of three dollars per day for the tatives. first forty-two days' attendance, and two dollars per day for each day thereafter. Members of the Second. To each member of the senate and house of house of «p5 representatives the sum of two dollars per day for the first resentatives. forty two days, attendance, and one dollar per day for each days, attendance thereafter. Mileage. Third. To each member of the senate and house of
representatives, including the speaker of each house, ten cents per mile for each mile necessarily traveled in going to and returning from the seat of government. Secretaries and Fourth. To the secretary of the senate and the clerk of clerks. faQ h0llse 0f representatives, each the sum of eight dollars per day during the session, and to the assistant secretaries of the senate and the assistant clerks of the house, and to Enrolling and the enrolling and engrossing clerks of both houses and their cfefksS'ms assistants, each the sum of six dollars per day during the session.
sergeantrat- Fifth. To the sergeant-at-arms and assistant sergeant-at doorkeepers arms 0I" the senate, and the doorkeeper and assistant dooroor eepers. keeper Qf tne house of representatives, each the sum of six dollars per day during the session.
Sixth. To the postmaster of the senate and the post- Postmasters, master of the house of representatives, and to their assistants, each the sum of six dollars per day during the Bession.
§ 2. The time for which compensation is hereby allowed speakers to certo each member and officer of the general assembly shall tl,ytotimebe certified by the speakers of the respective houses, except the time of the speakers of the senate and house of representatives, which shall be certified by the respective secretaries of the senate and house of representatives, all of which shall be entered upon the journals and published as a part thereof; and upon the presentation of said certificate to the auditor, he shall draw his warrants upon the revenue Auditor to draw fund for the amounts to which each person shall be entitled t$fa.revenue as aforesaid, to be paid by the state treasurer out of the said revenue fund in the state treasury.
§ 3. The following sums are hereby appropriated for Sa^^9e°tf soothe salaries of the officers of the government until other- cers. ° wise provided by law.
First—To the governor at the rate of fifteen hundred Pernor, dollars per annum.
Second—To the secretary of state at the rate of eight secretary state, hundred dollars per annum.
Third—To the auditor of public accounts at the rate of Auditor, one thousand dollars per annum.
Fourth—To the state treasurer at the rate of eight hun- state treasurer, dred dollars per annum.
Fifth—To each of the judges of the supreme court at Judges of the the rate of twelve hundred dollars per annum. court.me
Sixth—To each of the judges of the circuit courts at the Judges of cirrate of one thousand dollars per annum. cmt courts.
Seventh—To each of the states, attorneys at the rate of states' attorHve hundred dollars per annum. neys'
Eighth—To the judges of the superior court of the city Juc'Js°s inA^on' of Chicago, the judge of the Alton city court, the judge of catTM, Eigm,' the court of common pleas of the city of Cairo, the judge and Auroraof the court of common pleas of the cities of Elgin and Aurora, each at the rate of one thousand dollars per annum.
Ninths—Ho the prosecuting attorney of the superior court Prosecuting atof Chicago, at the rate of two hundred and fifty dollars per Chicago, 'Aiannum; to the prosecuting attorneys of the recorder,s court tonandcairo. of Chicago, the Alton city court and the court of common, pleas of the city of Cairo, each at the rate of two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; and the auditor of public !iS9"e accounts shall draw his warrants on the revenue fund for the payments of the- several amounts herein provided for in this section, in quarterly payments, to be paid by the state treasurer out of the revenue fund in the state treasury.
§ 4. This act is a public act, and shall be in force from and after its passage.
Approved February 28, 1867. In force Feb. 28, AN ACT to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the gov1867. ernment, until the adjournment of the next regular session of the general
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General, Assembly, That the ocon"?nrgentex- following named sums be and they are hereby appropriated Sedfor provl ^o meet tne ordinary and contingent expenses of the government, until the adjournment of the next regular session of the general assembly: Cta»dnsebit tto ^rs^—-A- sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars, to order of gover- meet the contingent expenses of the state government, and nor' the said sum shall be subject to the order of the governor,
• for defraying all such expenses as are unforeseen by the general assembly, or are unprovided for by law, and for relief of such disabled or destitute Illinois soldiers as may require protection from want. The governor shall file with vouchers to be the auditor vouchers, showing in detail how the funds filed by gover. (jrawn up0n his order have been expended, a proper statement of which shall be laid before the next regular general assembly, by the auditor in his next biennial report. Executiveman- Second— The sum of forty -five hundred dollars per annum, sion. for fuej an(j ]jgUt8 for tne executive mansion, and to pay
the expenses of taking care of the executive mansion and the grounds attached to the same, and for other necessary expenses connected therewith, for the years 1867 and 1868, payable quarterly upon the order of the governor, clerks in gover- Third—The sum of twenty-five hundred dollars per annorso ce. nwa for c]erk hire in his office, subject to, and to be paid
to the governor quarterly, upon his order. Postage,stati on- Fourth—To the executive office, for postage, stationery, graphing in*16 telegraphing, messengers, repairs of executive office, and Ice"11018 °f ^or furnishing the same, a sum not exceeding four thousana dollars.
secretary of Fifth—To the office of the secretary of state, for furni"" ture, repairs of office, postage, stationery, books, blanks,
^"1'"1Sati'on book8 for library, etc., binding, etc., for his office, a sum erf%tcS,forof- not exceeding five thousand dollars, to be paid updn bills fice. of items, properly certified to the auditor; for printing
paper, stationery, furniture and repairs, fuel and lights for the general assembly, and in and about the state house, and for porters, watchmen, laborers, messengers and other incidental expenses necessary in the discharge of the official duties of the secretary of state, a sum not exceeding fifty clerks. thousand dollars; to the secretary of state, for clerk hire, the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly; and the sum of two hundred and fifty dol^""tabif"*? lars for making indexes and tables of contents to the laws, contents. journals and reports of this general assembly. Auditor's office. Sixth—To the auditor of public accounts, for clerk hire, the sum of thirty-five hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly to the office of auditor of public accounts;
for furniture, repairs of office, printing, blanks, postage,
stationery, books and other contingent expenses necessary
in the discharge of the duties of said office, a sum not ex- .
ceeding five thousand dollars, bills of items to be filed in
Seventh—-To the office of state treasurer, for books, fur- s^t£^r6r Diture, postage, stationery and other incidental expenses furniture, etc. necessary in the discharge of the duties of said office, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars; to the state treasurer, for clerk hire, the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly.
Eighth—To the office of superintendent of public instruc- s0?epubhcdl^ tion, for traveling expenses, a sum not exceeding five hun- JSaSntatoof of dred dollars per annum; for furniture, repairs of office, fice. periodicals and educational works and other incidental expenses of the office, not provided for, a sum not exceedeight hundred dollars; to the superintendent of public instruction, for clerk hire, including the pay for his deputy, Iderks.and the sum of three thousand dollars per annum, and for his own salary the sum of five hundred dollars per annum, in ^j^jsct addition to the amounts already provided by law; all the appropriations of this clause to be paid quarterly out of the school fund.
Ninth—Ho the clerk of the fund commissioners, office, S^J""* the sum of twelve hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly: Provided, That the said clerk shall not be Proviso, employed longer than is necessary in the opinion of the governor.
Tenth—To the state geological department, for rent of Gre000'°lcal rooms occupied by the said department, the sum of seven hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly.
Eleventh—To the porters of the different state offices p^2»udoffi" about the state house, at the rate of two dollars and seventy- state house, five cents per day, to be paid on the certificate of the auditor and secretary ot state, and approved by the gover- CpTMaTMn«My°" nor; and thirty dollars to each member of the committees »n<J state in
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on the penitentiary and state institutions.
Twelfth—The sum of thirty-Bix hundred dollars is hereby ^XuTM man-*' appropriated for the purpose of furnishing and repairing sion. the executive mansion of this state; said money shall be subject to the order of the governor, and shall be used by him at his discretion, for the purpose aforesaid. The governor is hereby authorized to dispose of all old and worn Governor may out furniture about the executive mansion in such a man- mrmture?fold ner as he shall'deem best, and supply other good and furniture.good substantial articles in place thereof. The governor shall T°ot**ePf a°keep an accurate account of all money received or expended penditureaand by him, and shall, at the next session of the general assem- ?0ueh"rs. bly of the state, report such expenditures to them in detail,
and shall preserve vouchers for all money paid out or received by him, under the provisions aforesaid. A$staoffic«^6r" Thirteenth—To the office of adjutant general, for clerk clerk hire, etc. hire, the sum of eighteen hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly; for messengers, the sum of four hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly; for stationery, printing, postage, telegraphing^ furniture, rent of office, fuel, lights, expressing and other incidental expenses necessary in the discharge of the duties of said office, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars, to be paid upon bills of -Miutant gen- items, properly certified to the auditor; to the adjutant general, the sum of thirty-six hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly, on his order; to the assistant adjutant
Atenwneral'u' general» tne 8um of eighteen hundred dollars per annum, n „enera. to ^ q^f-gj.^ on certificate of the adjutant general.
Fourteenth—The sum of eight hundred dollars per annum supreme clerk, is hereby appropriated to clerk hire, to be paid quarterly,
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diTision. upon the order of the clerk of the supreme court for the second grand division; and three hundred dollars per annum is hereby appropriated to the clerk of the supreme cierk ist <rand conr^ of the ^rs* grand division, payable quarterly, upon
division.0 his order.
chiei of .ord- Fifteenth—To the chief of ordnance, in charge of the s"<maiexpensaeri arsenal, for services of himself and workmen, and for freight and express charges, and other expenses necessary in the discharge of the duties of his office, the sum of three thousand dollars per annum, payable upon filing bills of particulars, certified by him, to be approved by the governor.
state house re- Sixteenth—To the state house, for repairs of walks, steps, 1 "s porticos, gates, sidewalks, lamps and other portions, in and
about the same, where necessary for preservation from decay, a sum not exceeding four thousand dollars: bills to be certified by the auditor and secretary of state, and approved by the governor. Adjutantgener- Seventeenth—To the adjutant general's office, for addiction*0 clerk ^oua^ clerk hire necessary in preparing the record of the hire. soldiers of this state for publication, as ordered to be done
by joint resolution of this session, the sum of not exceeding eight thousand two hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly, upon the certificate of the adjutant general. Auditor to draw § 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed warrants. ^Q (jraw j^s warrant8 upon the treasurer for the sums respectively herein specified, bills of particulars in all cases to be filed with the auditor, when not otherwise provided to be certified by the proper officer, and approved by the governor; and the treasurer shall pay the same out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for all said warsuperintendent rants, except for the sums appropriated to the use of the schooibslicto be superintendent of public instruction, or his office, which paid out of the sums shall be paid out of the school fund.
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