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LAWS PASSED AT THE SPECIAL SESSIONS, CONVENED JUNE 11, 1867,
An act to amend an act entitled "An act to incorporate the Mississippi River and Wis-
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LAWS,
PASSED AT FIRST SPECIAL SESSION, CONVENED JUNE 11, 1867.
AN ACT making, appropriations for the general and contingent expenses in force June of this special session of the General Assembly. 13,1867.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Minois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Pay of members following appropriations be and the same, are hereby made offigeeea"rai to the members and officers of the General'Assembly of assembly, the Btate of Illinois, at the special session thereof, convened by the proclamation of the governor of said state:
To the speakers of the senate and house of representa- speakers of setives, each, the sum of three dollars per day for each day,s Datea°d H'Battendance during the continuance of said special session.
To each member of the senate and house of representa- Memberi H, R, tives. the sum of two dollars per day for each day,s attendance during the continuance of the special session aforesaid.
To each member of the senate and house of representa- Members of the lives, including the speakers of both houses, ten cents per Senatemile for each necessary mile,s travel in going and returning from the seat of government.
To the secretary and assistant secretary of the senate, c^rdkg00fUg|nate and to the clerk and assistant clerks of the house of repre- an ouse' eentatives, each, the sum of eight dollars per day.
To the enrolling and engrossing clerks and assistant en- Enrolling and rolling and engrossing clerks of the senate and house of cTe1ks!'mB representatives, each, the sum of eight dollars per day.
To the sergeant-at-arms and assistant sergeant-at-arms of sergeant-at the senate, and door-keeper and assistant door-keepers of Snts-dooVthe house of representatives, each, the sum of eight dollars aSants.and per day.
To the post-master of the senate, and post-master aud Postmasters, assistant post-master of the house of representatives, each, the sum of eight dollars per day.
To the clergymen of the city of Springfield who have clergymen, officiated as chaplains at this special session, for each day they shall have respectively officiated, the sum of two dollars per day.
To the pages of the senate and house of representatives, each, the sum of two dollars per day.
PorteTM. To the porters and policemen appointed by the speakers
of the senate and house of representatives, each, the sum of six dollars per day. official report- To Ely, Burnham and Bartlett, the official reporters of ert- this general assembly, the sum of fifteen dollars [per day]
for each of three reporters—the number of days of actual service to be certified by the speakers of both houses. J. H. Jones, ex- To J. H. Jones, who is hereby declared an extra official tra reporter. rep0rj;ei. 0f t]ie n0U8e of representatives, the sum of fifteen dollars per day for every day of actual service, to be certified by the speaker of the house, state journal To the publishers of the Illinois State Journal and the gfs?entate Ee' State Register, for publishing the proceedings of this special session of the general assembly, each, the sum of five dollars per column of solid nonpareil type—the standard of measure to be the column of Journal—to be certified by the secretary of state and auditor of public accounts, certificate of § 2. The time for which compensation is hereby allowed made? — how to each member and officer of the general assembly shall be 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, the time of the speaker of the senate by the secretary thereof, and the time of the speaker of the house by the clerk of said house—all of which shall be entered upon the journals, and published as apart thereof; and upon the presentation of said certificate to the auditor, he shall draw his warrants upon the revenue fund for the amounts to which each person shall be entitled, as aforesaid, to be paid by the state treasurer out of the said revenue fund in the state treasury.
This is a public act, and shall take effect from and after its passage.
Approved June 13, 1867.
AN ACT to provide for the assessment and collection of taxes on the shares of capital stock in banks and banking associations.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereSho^h°toer be a^ter no tax 8na^ De assessed upon the capital of any bank taxed. or banking association, organized under the authority of this state, or organized under the authority of the United States and located within this state; but the stockholders in such banks and banking associations shall be assessed and taxed on the value of their shares of stock therein in the county, town or district where such bank or banking association is located, and not elsewhere, whether such stockholders reside in such town, county or district, or not, but not at any
In force June 13, 1867.