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Assessment in Sec, 2. Be it further enacted, That the assessment of declared legal

taxable property made by the assessors of St. Clair county, for the year one thousand eight hundred and fortv, be, and the same is hereby declared good, valid and effectual in law, in the same manner as if the same had been taken and returns thereof made by the first Monday in June, one thousand eight

hundred and forty. Collector al-: Sec. 3. That the collector of taxes in St. Clair county, lowed further for the year one thousand eight, hundred and forty shall have time.

an extension of time for making a final and annual settlement with the county commissioners' court of said county, and for paying into the State treasury the monies by him collected for the use of the State until the first of September,

one thousand right'hundred and forty-one. . Assessment in Sec. 4. And be it fur her enacted, That the assessment of Brown county the taxable property made by the assessor of Brown county, for declared legal

the year one thousand eight hundred and forty, be, and the same is hereby declared good, valid and effectual in law, in the same manner as if the same had been taken and returns thereof made by the first Monday of June, one thou

sand eight hundred and forty. . Collector to Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That the collector of Brown apply to cir- county, be, and he is hereby authorized, on giving the necescuit court.

sary notice under the twenty-sixth section of "An act concerning the public revenue," approved, February twenty-sixth, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, and in all other respects complying with the requisitions of said law, to apply to the circuit court of Brown county, and said court is hereby authorized to enter judgment at the next term of said court against all delinquent lands in said county for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, according to the

terms and under the provisions of the aforesaid act concernSheriff to sell ing the public revenue. And the sheriff of said county shall lands for taxes sell the same for the taxes of one thousand cight hundred and

thirty-nine, under the provisions of said revenue law, and in compliance there with, and the same is declared to be as good and valid in law, as if the same had been done under said act in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty

nine.

1. Sec. 6. That the collector of taxes in Brown county, for lowed further the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, shall time. have an extension of time for making a final and annual set

· tlement with the county commissioners' court of said county, and for paying into the State treasury the monies by him collected for the use of the State, until the first of September, A. D., one thousand eight hundred and forty-one.

in Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That the assessment of the taxWinnebago able property made by the assessor of Winnebago county, for declared valid the year one thousand eight hundred and forty, be, and the

same is hereby declared good, valid and effectual in law, in the same manner as if the same had been taken and returns

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thereof made by the first Monday of June, one thousand . . eight hundred and forty. " I.

Sec. 8. That'the collector of taxes in Winnebago. county for the year one thousand eight hundred and forty, shall Collector al have an extension of time for making a final and annual set- lowed further tlement with the county commissioners' court of said county, time and for paying into the State treasury the money by him collected for the use of the State, until the first day of Sep-' tember, one thousand eight hundred and forty-one...

Approved, January 7, 1841. :

An ACT to provide for the collection of taxes for the year one thousand *".'eight hundred and thirty-nine, in Mass county.

In force Feb. ?.??. . ". . .

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. 18, 1841. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the circuit court of Circuit court Cass county shall at the next term thereof give judgment in of Cass counbehalf of the State for taxes due upon lands situated in said !y to give

" judgment a county for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty- raingt bonds' ninc, upon the collector of said county giving the notice and for taxes due making the report required by law; said court is authorized for 1839 to act in the premises as it might have done if the notice had been given and report made at the first term thereof in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty, and all judgments and sales made under the provisions of this act shall stand in all respects as though the proceedings had been had at the time heretofore required by law. . . ..

Sec. 2. The collector of Cass county, for the year one Further time thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, is allowed until thir-allowed col

lector to selty days after the next term of the circuit court of said county ile with State to pay into the State and county treasury the taxes uncollected upon lands in 'said county. .

SEC. 3. The name of Hambleton in "An act to amend an Name of act to incorporate the Hambleton primary school,” approved, “[Jambleton" January seventh, one thousand eight hundred and forty-one changed... whenever the same occurs, is hereby clianged to Hamilton.

" Acts of sheriff SEC. 4. All acts of Lemon Plaster, as sheriff of Cass of Cass declacounty, shall be good and valid, and the Governor is hereby red legal authorized to commission him as such: Provided, He shall Gov. to compay over all monies due for taxes to the treasurer of State mission him and county, according to the provisions of this act...

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Approved, February 18, 1841.

An ACT to enable the trustees of Juliet to levy a tax and pay liabilities

I against said town. . is . In force Febi ouoa m

b rae'So Gostot e botari 17, 1841. " Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the trustees of the inte town of Juliet, Will county, are authorized to collect the tax

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Trustees to levied for the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and colleet taxes forty, by placing the list or assessment roll in the hands of a for 1840

Constable who may collect the tax as on execution, and in case the tax so levicd in one thousand eight hundred and forty, and collected in one thousand eight hundred and forty-one is not

suthicient to pay all debts and liabilities against said town, as then the said trustees may levy another tax, and collect as

aforesaid, in one thousand cight hundred and forty-one, an

amount sufficient, and no more, to pay, all such liabilities Proviso.

against said town: Provided, The tax levied shall ne on all taxable property, and not exceed one-fourth of one per cento

SEC. 2. The trustees aforesaid, shall, as soon as the money

is collected, audit and pay all outstanding debts against the Trustees to

said town, preserving the youchers of such debts amongst the pay all debts

books and papers belonging to the town as a former corporation.

Sec. 3. The trustees shall, by the first day of May, onc Statement of

of thousand eight hundred and forty-one, make out an accurate, acts of trus statement from the beginning of the corporation, of all motees to be pub- ney received and paid out, how paid, and the amount paid, lished

for each item, and when the same shall be so made out, they shall publish the account thereof for at least one week in the Juliet Courier. :

.. Approved, February 17, 1841.

An ACT to authorize the county commissioners of Rock Island and Ste In force, Feb.

phenson counties to collect the taxes of 1839. 18, 1841.

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

missioners of the county of Rock Island, be, and they are County com- hereby authorized and empowered to collect the taxes due miss’rs to col. ; Ject taxes of

orin said county for the year eighteen hundred and thirty-nine,

sala county for me y 1839,... (1839:) and that the county commissioners of Stephenson Com’rs of Ste. county are also hereby authorized and empowered to collect phenson Co. the tax due in said county for the year eighteen hundred and to collect tax- thirty-nine, (1839.) of 1839

Approved, February 18, 1841.,

In force Feb. An ACT for the collection of the taxes of Henderson county. 20, 1841.

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

Warren county is bereby authorized and required to collect Collector of the taxes due and unpaid for the year one thousand eight Warren to hundred and forty, from all persons residing in the councollect tax of 1840, in Hen- ty of Henderson, heretofore a part of Warren county, derson Co. in the same manner as though said county of Warren had

. not been divided, and make sreturns to the clerk of the

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circuit court of Warren county, of all real estate on which Returns made taxes may remain due and unpaid, in the same manner to clerk Waras now required by law, and to do all other things necessary "er to be performed under the laws in relation to the public revenue, to insure the collection of the same.

Approved, February 20, 1841.

An ACT concerning the taxes of Greene and Jersey counties.

In force, Feb. Sec. 1. De it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, 26, 1841. represented in the General Assembly, That it shall be the duty of the county commissioners of Greene and Jersey counties, Counties of and they are hereby required to pay over to the Treasurer of Greene and the State of Illinois the sum of three thousand dollars, which Jersey to pay sum when paid over, shall be in full for the taxes due the sury State from said counties for the year one thousand eight bun. dred and thirty-nine.

Sec. 2. The above sum shall be paid in the following manner, to-wit: The county of Greene shall pay two thou- Payments sand and eight dollars, and the county of Jersey shall pay bow made eight (nine] hundred and ninety-two dollars, by the first day of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two.

Sec. 3. The county commissioners of Greene and Jersey counties are hereby authorized to pay the above sums out May be paid of the internal improvement fund which was donated to said out

nal improvecounties by an act entitled "An act to establish and maintain ment fund a general system of internal improvement," any law to the contrary notwithstanding.

Approved, February 26, 1841.

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An ACT to legalize the assessment of taxes in the county of Jo Daviess, for the year 1839.

In force, Feb.

27, 1841. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the assessmeni of taxes in the county of Jo Daviess for the year one thousand Assessment eight hundred and thirty-nine by the county commissioncrs

declared legal thereof, is hereby inade legal and valid, and that said commissioners have hereby full power to collect the same.

Approved, February 27, 1841. '

An ACT for the sale of certain lots therein named.

In force Feb.

26, 1841. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That Ambrose S. Steele, upon filing a bond with the judge of probate of Fulton county, with good and sufficient securities to be approved by said court, in the sum of fifty thousand dollars for the faith

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A. S. Steele ful performance of the conditions of iliis act, may sell and on filing bond" may self real dispose oi at public sale, all real estate and town lots, situate, eslåre of . lying and being in the towns of Havana and Moscow, in the M.Ross, dec'd county of Mason, belonging to the estate of Ossian M. Ross,

deceased.

Sec. 2. Before any of said lots shall be sold as aforesaid, Consent of it shall be necessary to obtain the consent of the executrix

8, and executor of said estate, the guardian of the minor heirs, before sale and the heirs at low of said estate, who are over twenty-one

years of age, in writing, and file the same in the office of the

judge of probate in and for the county of Fulton. Notice of sale Sec. 3. The sale of said lots shall, in all cases, be by pub.

toe iembroseiclic sale, held in the town in which the lots are situated, pro. kuy 91:... posed to be sold; and no sale shall be had under the provisions 35718! ;P of this act, unless public notice of the time, place and terms of

said sale, shall have been published in some newspaper printed ncarest said town, and also by putting up not less than three public notices in the vicinity of said town, at least four

weeks previous to said sale, cities in Statement of Sec. 4. The said Ambrose S. Steele is hereby authorized be lied and required, on the first Monday in the month of January,

in the yi ar of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, and on the first Monday in January every year thereafter, (or so long as there are any monies or assets in his hands, ilccruing from the sale of said lots.) to make out in writing a full and perfect statement of all his acts in the premises in relation to the sale of said lots, and tile the same in the office of the judge of probate in and for the county of Fulton.

Sec. 5. The judge of probate of the county of Fulton, Payments to upon tlie statement being files in his office as atoresaid, shall beirs

make an estimate of what amount is due to each of the heirs at law of the said Ossian M. Ross, deceased, arising from the sales of said lots as aforesaid; and the said Ambrose S. Steele

shall, upon said estimate being made by the judge of proPayment to bate as aforesaid, pay over to each of said heirs who are guardian of winor heirs

over twenty one years of age, the sum so estimated to be

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due, and shail pay over to the guardian of the minor heirs of
said estate the sums severally and respectively due them
agreeable to the estimate made by the judge of probate as
aloresaid. This act to tako tirout and be in force írom and
afier its passage.

Approved, February 26, 1811.

In force, Feb. 27, 1841.

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An ACT anthorizing the mutual conreyance of certain lors by and be.

tween the Auditor of Pubric Accounts, and J. Whitney, i CREAS, Jonas Whitney conveyed by deed of gist to the State of Illinois, lots numbered nine, len, eleven and twelve, in block eight, in Whitney's addition to the town of Spring.

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