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§ 3. This act is hereby declared to be a public act, and shall be in force from and after its
passage. APPROVED February 28, 1867.
AN ACT concerning the board of education and the Illinois Natural History In force Feb. 28,
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, The State Normal University, established by an act approved Febru- Normal unveri ary 18, 1857, is hereby declared a state institution, and the to be a state inproperty, real, personal and mixed, in the hands and standing in the name of the board of education of the state of Property held Illinois, is the property of the state of Illinois, and is by state. said board held in trust for the state,
$ 2. Said board of education is hereby authorized to Trustees, em sell and dispose of the outlands and lots, standing in the lands.
powered to sell name of said board, lying in the counties of Jackson, Woodford and McLean, except the site of the Normal university and the farm of one hundred acres, more or less, in its immediate vicinity, and to appropriate the proceeds there. Proceeds, how
applied of towards the payment of the appropriations hereinafter named.
$ 3. The sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1500) is here- Boiler for heatby appropriated to purchase a new boiler for warming the ing houso. state Normal university building, or for modifying and improving the warming apparatus in the same; and the state auditor is hereby directed to draw his warrant for the above named sums, amounting to fifteen hundred dollars ($1500), or so much thereof as may be necessary; which shall be paid by the state treasurer to the treasurer of the said board of education on or before the first day of June, 1867.
§ 4. The further sum of fifteen hundred doļlars ($1500) Curator of muis hereby appropriated, to be paid annually, as salary of the curator for the museum of the Illinois Natural History Society, which is kept in the Normal university building; and the further sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) is appropriated, to be paid annually, for the necessary expenses of improving and enhancing the value of said museum ; and the state auditor shall draw his warrant for the above named Auditor to draw sums, amounting to twenty-five hundred dollars ($2500), which shall be annually paid to the treasurer of said board of education on or before the first day of June, and shall be expended under the direction of said board, by whom, with the advice and consent of the directors of the natural history society, the said curator shall be appointed.
Ornamenting $ 5. Thesum of three thousand dollars ($3,000) (one-half of grounds.
which sum shall be paid each year for two years) is hereby appropriated for the purpose of laying out and ornamenting
the site of the state Normal university; and the state audiAuditor to issue tor is hereby required to draw his warrant on the state
treasurer in such sums and at such times as said board of education shall need and require for said purposes, not exceeding, in all, three thousand dollars ($3,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary; and the state treasurer shall pay the same to the treasurer of the board of education on presentation of the warrants.
§ 6. This act shall be a public act, and shall take effect on and after its passage. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with any of the foregoing provisions are hereby repealed.
APPROVED February 28, 1867.
In force May 1, AN ACT to provide for the completion of the state penitentiary, and for 1867.
other necessary purposes connected therewith.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That for the Appropriation. purpose of completing the penitentiary, as recominended in
the report of the commissioners for the years of eighteen hundred and sixty-five and eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and for other necessary purposes connected therewith, the following sums are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated: For completing the work on warden's house, the sum of eight thousand two hundred and thirty-four dollars and forty cents. For seven hundred and ninety-two feet cistern wall, at 22c per foot, the sum of one hundred and seventy-four dollars and twenty-four cents. For lining cistern wall, four inch brick, in cement, the sum of three hundred and twenty dollars. For stone covering of cistern, supported on forty stone piers, the sum of six hundred and ninety-one dollars. For the construction of outside iron gates, at the main east and west entrance of the penitentiary, the sum of eight thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
$ 2.. Upon the presentation of the certificate of the commissioners to the auditor of public accounts, approved by the governor of the state, setting forth the sums of money expended for any of the above named purposes, from time to time, he is hereby authorized to draw his warrant on the treasurer for such sums in favor of the parties to whom, by the certificate of the commissioners, the same shall appear to be due.
APPROVED February 28, 1867.
Warrants to issue.
AN ACT making appropriations for services rendered and materials fur. In force Feb. 27,
1867. nished, remaining unpaid and not otherwise provided for.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Minois, represented in the General Assembly, That the following named sums be and they are hereby appropriated to Appropriations. pay the following named claims which are not otherwise provided for.
To C. Hopkins, for services rendered in employ of adju. C. Hopkins. tant general in the years 1859 and 1860, and 1861, the sum of severty-six dollars.
To W. W. Watson and Son, for ice furnished the execu- W. w. Watson tive and adjutant generals offices in the years 1862 and 1864, the sum of fifty-two dollars and eighty cents.
To J. and J. W. Bunn, for matches turnished the execu- J. & J. W. Bunn. tive office in the years 1863 and 1864, the sum of four dollars and ninety cents.
To Charles Fisher, for carpenter work done for the Charles Fisher. adjutant generals office in the years 1863 and 1864, the sum of thirty dollars and thirty-eight cents.
To B. F. Fox, for hardware and tools furnished to the B. F. Fox. state house during the year 1866, the sum of fifteen dollars and thirty cents.
To H. Post, for ice furnished the offices of superintend- H. Post. ent of public instruction and secretary of state in 1866, the sum of fifty dollars and forty cents.
To Culver, Page and Hoyne, for stationery furnished the Culver, Page & office of secretary of state 1866, the sum of one hundred and sixty-seven dollars and ten cents.
To John Williams & Co., for oil cloth, matting and car- John Williams pet thread, etc., for house and senate in December, 1866, and January, 1867, the sum of six hundred and fourteen dollars and seventy-seven cents.
To J. A. Hough, for chairs, tables, repairs for house and J. A. Hough. senate and executive office, 1866 and 1867, the sum of four hundred and eighty-two dollars and ninety cents.
To John Ordway, for deepening well and re-walling same, John Ordway. and new curb-stone and pump, the sum of one hundred and twenty-five dollars and forty-five cents.
To Butler, Lane & Co., for baskets, buckets, brooms, etc., Butler, Lane & for use state house during 1866, the sum of thirty-four dollars and two cents.
To Elie Kreigh, for stove, etc., for office of superintendent Elie Kroigh. of public instruction, the sum of twenty-five dollars and eighty-two cents.
To Baker & Phillips, public printers, for blanks for office Baker & Phillips of secretary of state, 1865 and 1866, the sum of five hun dred and twenty-one dollars and seventy-one cents, and for printing school reports, etc., done by order of the superin
J. & J. W. Bunn.
Elder & Brother
J. A, Mason,
G. W. Smith,
tendent of public instruction, the sum of eighteen hundred and sixty-eight dollars and twenty cents.
To J. & J. W. Bunn, for candles, brooms, etc., for state house and office of secretary of state, the sum of thirtyseven dollars and twenty cents.
To H. Ostrander, contractor for stationery for this general assembly, the sum of forty-seven hundred and thirty-eight dollars and eighty-seven cents.
To Elder & Brother, for stoves and pipes and work in the halls and several offices of the state house, the sum of five hundred and thirty-seven dollars and seventy-five cents.
To J. A. Mason, for carpets for committee rooms and desk for office of secretary of state, the sum of two hundred and eighty-five dollars and seventy cents.
To the Western Engraving Company, for letter paper with printed headings for this general assembly, the sum of three hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents.
To John Kuecherer and Adam Doenges, for extra serviAdam Doen- ces as porters and laborers in state house during the years
1865 and 1866, each the sum of one hundred and seventyfive dollars.
To George W. Smith, for wages of porters and others, advanced by him in partial payment of their services in the state house, as follows:
To Henry Doenges, advanced the sum of ninety-six dolWm. E. Owens. lars. To Wm. E. Owen, advanced the sum of seventy dolJohn De Santos lars. To John De Santos, the sum of forty-eight dollars. Postages.
For money advanced to Presco Wright for postage, the sum Speaker of the of one hundred and twenty-five dollars. To the speaker of
the senate and to each member of this general assembly, the sum of two hundred dollars for extra expenses incurred
by them, for room rent, cierk hire, fuel and lights during Francis Sequin. this session. To Francis Sequin, for services in serving
subpoenas in Tazewell county, as directed by the committee on elections, and attendant expenses, the sum of fifty dollars.
To 0. L. Barler, for three days' phonographic reporting,
the sum of thirty dollars. Western Engra- To the Western Engraving Company, the sum of four
hundred and fourteen dollars and seventy-five cents for diagrams of the hall of the house of representatives, and the senate chamber for this general assembly.
To the Western Engraving Company, the sum of one hundred and seventy dollars for diagrams of the senate and
manuals furnished the twenty-fourth general assembly. Western Engra- To the Western Engraving Company, for one thousand
diagrams for legislative manual of this general assembly, one hundred and fifty dollars.
senate and each member, room rent, etc.
0. L Barler.
To the members of the joint committee appointed during Committee on this session in relation to the location of the Industrial University.
Industrial University, each the sum of thirty dollars for expenses.
To the secretary of state for extra clerk hire for the years Secretary of 1865 and 1866, the sum of sixteen hundred and fifty-five dollars. For re-arranging books in the library and making a catalogue of books, the sum of two hundred dollars.
To George W. Chatterton, contractor for paper furnished G. W. Chatterfor the printing of this general assembly, the sum of twentyone thousand one hundred and eleven dollars and sixty cents.
To William Raush, for hauling fuel for state house to Wm. Raush. committee rooms, as ordered by resolution, the sum of eight dollars.
To the chief of ordnance, for himself and workmen, in Chief of ordand about the arsenal, for services rendered during the years 1865 and 1866, the sum of ten hundred and thirteen dollars and one cent.
To the several publishers who furnished newspapers for Publishers of this general assembly, a sum sufficient to pay all the bills for the same, according to resolution of the house, to be certified by the clerks and the speakers of the respective houses.
To the clergymen who have officiated during this session, Clergymen. each the sum of twenty-five dollars, to be certified by the secretary of the senate and clerk of the house.
To John R. Howlett, for compiling copies of legislative John R. Howmanual, the sum of one hundred dollars.
To William Billington, for five hundred copies of skele- Wm. Billington. ton map of Illinois, with population and majorities, the sum of two hundred dollars, to be certified by the secretary of state.
To Ely, Burnham and Bartlett, the official reporters of Ely, a Burnham this general assembly, the sum of fifteen dollars per day for each of four reporters, (being two in each house) the number of days of actual service, to be certified by the speakers of each house.
To J.H. Jones, who is hereby declared to be extra official J. H. Jones, reporter of the house of representatives, the sum of fifteen dollars per day for every day of actual service, to be certified by the speaker of the house.
To the secretary of the senate and his assistants, the clerk Secretary of the of the house of representatives and his assistants, the enrolling and engrossing clerks of both houses, and their assistants, the sergeant-at-arms of the senate, and the doorkeeper of the house and their assistants, each the sum of two dollars per day, and the postmaster of both houses and their assistants, each the sum of four dollars per day for extra services during the present session, to be certified by the speakers of their respective houses.
of the house of representatives.