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4. To the Secretary of State, including clerk hire, three Sec. of State. thousand dollars; and for making index to journals of the Senate and House of Representatives and laws, for copying laws and making marginal notes and index to laws, the sum of six hundred dollars.
5. To the Judges of the Supreme Court each three thou- Judges Susand dollars.
preme court. 6. To the Attorney General, one thousand four hundred Attorney Gen. dollars, and States' Attorneys each seven hundred dollars.
7. To the Inspectors of the Penitentiary, three dollars per Ing. Penitenday: Provided, That no one of the inspectors shall receive tiary. more than one hundred and fifty dollars per annum.
8. To the Secretary of the Council of Revision, four dol- Sec. Council lars per day.
Revision. Sec. 3. 1. There shall be allowed to the Speaker of the Speakers. House of Representatives, and the Speaker of the Senate, each the sum of seven dollars per day, and four dollars for Mileage. ; every twenty iniles necessary travel in coming to and returning from the seat of government.
2. To each member of the Senate, and House of Repre- Members per sentatives, the sum of four dollars per day for each day's diem. attendance at the present, and the last preceding special ses. sion of the General Assembly, and four dollars for every twenty miles travel necessary in coming to and returning from thc'seat of government. To the Secretary and assistant Secretaries &
*Clerks. Secretary of the Senate, and to the Clerk and assistant Clerk of the House of Representatives, the sum of six dol. lars per day. To the Sergeant-at-arms of the Senate and Sergeant-athis' assistant, and to the Door.keeper of the House of Repre- door keeper. sentatives and his assistant, each the sum of four dollars per day. To the Enrolling and Engrossing Clerks of the Sen. Enr. and eng. ate and House of Representatives, each the sum of five dol. clerks. lars per day; to cach one of their assistants, four dollars per day for the time actually employed, the number of days to be Copyists of certified by their principals respectively. To the copyist of journals the journals of the Senate, and House of Representatives, each the sum of four dollars per day. The appropriations herein before made, shall be construed to apply as well to the present session of the Legislature as to the last prece- Mileage noe ding session; but nothing herein contained shall be so con- allowed strued as to authorize any compensation for travelling expenses in coming to or going from the said special session. To J.J P Langford P. Langford the sum of fifty dollars for enclosing a grave of the late James Copeland, under the direction of the General Assembly; and to John Brodic, the sum of forty-three dol- John Brodie lars fifty-five cents, for tomb stones furnished for the same as tos u aforesaid. To James W. Berry, one thousand dollars for full length portraits of Washington and La Fayette, for the hall of the House of Representatives. To Joel Johnson for room rent Joel Johnson for office of the clerk of the Supreme Court from tl:e twentyninth of July, to the second of October, one thousand eight
Sarah Raimes hundred and forty, fat] eight dollars per month. To Sarah
Raimes for room rent for office of the clerk of the Supreme
hundred and forty, [at] right dollars per month, the time to J. D. White-be certified by the clerk of said court. To John D. White
side, twenty-tive dollars for postage for Internal ImproveSpeaker pro ment office. To the Speaker pro tem. of the Senate, seven tem.
. dollars per day for the number of days he may have served Fund Coinmr.
... as such. There shall be allowed to the Fund Commissioner
all necessary travelling expenses, an account of which shall be kept and certified to the Governor, for his supervision and approval, to be paid out of the Internal Improvement Fund,
3. To the doorkeeper of the Council of Revision, three Door keeper of Council of dollars and fifty cents per day, the number of days employed Revision to be certified by the clerk of the Council. J. 41. Lewis 4. To J. H. Lewis, the sum of sixty-five dollars for appre
hending Dennis McNaman, a fugitive from justice. B. F. Fridley 5. To Benjamin F. Fridley, late sheriff of Kane county,
the sum of one hundred and sixty-six dollars, for the appre
hension of William J. Suver, a fugitive from justice. . S. B. Chand 6. To Samuel B. Chandler, sheriff of St. Clair County, the
sum of one hundred dollars, being the amount of a reward by him paid for the apprehension of two fugitives from justice, who broke jail in said county in January last.
7. To William Walters, the sum of three hundred and Wm. Walters scventy-five dollars, for one hundred and fifty copies of the
decisions of the Supreme Court, furnished by the order of
the Secretary of State, for the use of the Statc. Methodist
8. The sum of one hundred dollars to the Methodist church
church in Springfield, for the rent of the church for the time the Legislature occupied the same, in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty.
9. To the clerk of the Board of Auditors to investigate Clerk Board Andirora the claims' under the State House commissioners, while in
session, three dollars per day, the number of days to be certi
fied by said board. Clerk investi- 10." To the clerk of the Investigating Committee of the gating comm. Board of Public Works, three dollars per day, the number of
days to be certified by the chairman of said committee. Governor. 11. That the Governor be allowed five hundred dollars for
each of the years one thousand eight hundred and forty-one, and one thousand cight hundred and forty-two, to cover tra
velling and other incidental expenses. W w Watson 12. To William W. Watson, the sum of eighty-one dol
lars for the use of a room for the Supreme Court twentyseven days at their June term, one thousand eight hundred and forty.
13. To three witnesses examined before the select committee, raised by the House to examine and report on the accounts of the former Board of Public works, one dollar per .
Win. Walters. 7. To Wroke jail i
day for each day's attendance, the number of days to be certified by the chairman of said sclcct committee.
Salary of GoSec. 4. The salary of the Governor of this State, af- ve ter the term of service of the present Governor shall ex-couch pire, shall be two thousand dollars per annum, and that the side at seat of Governor shail reside at the seat of Government. S government
Sec. 5." To the treasurer of the county of Peoria,' the Treas. Peoria sum of three hundred and sixteen dollars and sixty-one cents, county to be by him applied to the payment of such sunis as are legally due to the justices of the peace, constables and witnesses, who were required to attend at the taking of depositions in the case of contested election between N. H. Purple and W: J. Phelps, in the said county of Peoria, in the month of ;,.' : September, one thousand eight hundred and forty. Sec. 6. The said justices, or a majority of them, shall
Persons entifile with said treasurer, a certificate setting forth the amount je
"tled to witto which each individual is entitled, for scrvices rendered in ness fees. said case; and said treasurer is hereby required to pay out said moucy on application of the individuals certified to be entitled to the same.
Sec. 9. That hereafter all articles purchased for the use All articles of the members of the General Assembly, and for the hereafier purofficers of the same, shall be purchased by the Secretary
the Sonstop chased for
Gen. Ass'y. of State, and charge the State under his own name for the same; the statement to be accompanied in all cases by the receipt of the person of whom the articles may have been purchased by said Secretary of State.
Approv?d, February 27, 1841. ^
An ACT making appropriations for work done upon the State House, and stigle ici for materials furnished.
In force Jan.
29, 1841. Sec. 1. 'Be it cnacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That any sum not exceeding thirty thousand dollars, be, and the same is hereby $30,000 apappropriated, which appropriation shall be applied to the propriated. payment of debts due for work done upon the State House, and for furniture and materials furnished by different persons for the State.
Sec. 2. No payment shall be made out of the abovc appropriation to any person or persons having claims against Volidis the State for work done upon the State House and furniture claim. furnished, until the validity of the same be ascertained as is hereinafter provided for.
Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Auditor, Trcasurer, Secretary of State, or any two of them, to examine all claims Duty of board against this state for work done upon the State House and of auditors., furniture furnished, and to give a certificate to all such persons for the amount due them, and it shall be the duty of the
Auditor to issue his warrant upon thc Treasurer, upon the presentation of such certificate, for the amount of the same.
Sec. 4. That from and after the passage of this act the State house present State House Commissioners shall be no longer au. comm?r4 pro- thorized to make any contract respecting the State House, hibited from muking con
m. or any thing respecting the same, and the pay to which they tracts, & pay may be entitled shall no longer accrue or be paid (to] them, unsuspended: 'til the further action of the Legislature; and thai the Auditor
of Public accounts be authorized and required to put io immediate train of collection the sum of sixteen thousand six hun
dred and sixty-[six] dollars and sixty-six cents, due by bond Auditor to from the citizens of Springfield to the State; and that the Au.
of dit ditor be directed to institute immediate proceedings in favor izens amount due on bond of the State against any commissioner or other officer, who
may not have paid over money appearing to be in his hands arising from Saline lands, from the year of our Lord one thouand cight hundred and twenty-six to the present time, and all other debts to the State.
Approved, January 29, 1841.
In force, Dec. 18, 1840.
An ACT making partial Appropriations. Avditor to is.
Sec. l. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, sue warrants represented in the General Assembly, That the Auditor of to members, Public Accounts bt, and he is hereby required to draw speakers,
erst warrants on the trcasury for the sum of one hundred dollars clerks, &c.
to each member of the General Assembly, and a like warrant to the Speakers of each House, the Secretary of the Senate, and [the] Clerk of the House of Representatives, and assistants of each house, to each of the enrolling and engrossing clerks, and door keepers, and each assistant door keeper of both houses; and also one hundred dollars each to the copyists of the journals of each house.
Approved, December 18, 1840.
In force Feb. An ACT supplemental to an act making appropriations for the years 27, 1841.
1841 and 1842. - Sec. I. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Nlinois, of treasury."
represented in the General Assembly, That therс be allowed out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the following persons the following sums, viz:
To James Bell & Co. eighty dollars and sixty-nine cents, James Bell. for articles furnished for the State.
To J. S. Rogers eight dollars and eighty one cents, for J. S. Rogers articles furnished for the State
To Robert Irwin & Co. eighty-nine dollars and fifty-six R. Irwin. cents, for articles furuished the State.
To B. C. Webster & Co. two hundred and twenty-three *dollars and twenty-eight cents, for articles furnished the State.
nts for two role hundred and
mited, the Stale
To. E. B. Pease & Brother, twenty-one dollars for arti- E. B. Pease.
& Bro. cles furnished the State.
To Opdycke, Tinsley & Co., one hundred and five dollars Opdycke & Co for candles furnished the State. To C. B. De Reimer & Co., one hundred and twenty-seren
a wentyoser" C. B. De Reidollars and fifty cents, for two round clocks and articles fur- mer. & Co. nished the State House.
To J. A. Hough, twenty-five dollars and seventy-five cents, for repairing tables, &c. for the State.
To Merriweather & Weston, twenty-one dollars and Merriweather eighty-eight cenis, for articles furnished the State.
& Weston To James L. Lamb, four hundred and eighty-three dollars, and seventy cents, for articles furnished the State. :
To Joseph Thayer & Co., forty-six dollars and ten cents, J. Thayer. & for articles for the State.
Co. To Hawley & Edwards, one hundred and eight dollars and
Hawley & Edsixty-six cents, for articles furnished the State.
wards. To S. M. Tinsley & Co., four hundred and fifty-four dollars and sixty-one cents, for articles furnished for the State.
To Birchall & Johnson, three hundred and seventy-one Birchall & dollars and ninety-two cents, for stationary furnished for the Johnson. use of the State.
To W. Chapin, ten dollars for collecting, removing and ta- w. Chapin. king care of furniture.
To Wm. Lavely, for sv.earing in members of the General, Assembly, five dollars: Provided, These accounts shall first
Wm. Lavely. be passed on by the Auditor, Treasurer and Secretary of
There shall be allowed to William Walters, for the use of w. Walters, E. T. & C. Goudy, the sum of six hundred dollars in full for for use of E. binding laws of eighteen hundred and thirty-six and seven.
and thirty-six and seven T. & C. GouTo Elias Hart, twelve dollars and fifty cents for drayage. Eine Hart
To Randolph Hughes and Richard Roberts, each, the sum R. Hughs & of twenty-four dollars, for preparing fuel for the use of the R. Roberts. General Assembly.
There shall be allowed co A. E. Ames, the sum of two dol- A. E. Ames. lars per day for his services in the office of Secretary of State No. of days during the present session of the General Assembly, the cernutes
secretary. number of days to be certified by the Secretary of State.
To S. J. Iankiewiez, the sum of three hundred and twenty dollars for services rendered and to be rendered in the Trea- S.J.
in the Tree S. J. Jenkins. surer's office in posting the books of the board of] public works.
H L Hoffman To Hiram L. Hoffman the sum of fifty.seven dollars for Proviso. room rent for the Council of Revision: Provided, That the State Bank of Illinois is hereby authorized to pay the Auditor's warrants drawn on the Treasurer for debts now due for work and materials done on the State House as audited by the board of auditors. Approved, February 27, 1841.