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annum for fuel and lights for executive mansion, and to pay
Fuel for execn
tive mansion, the services of a competent person to take care of the garden Gard'ner of manand grounds attached to the executive mansion, and other slon. necessary expenses connected therewith; and the further sum ví tvirty-six hundred dollars per annum for cierk hire Clerk of gor'nor. in his office, subject to and to be paid to the governor quarterly, upon his order; to the executive department, for post. Postage, etc., for age, stationery, and other incidental expenses of the office, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars.
Second-To the office of secretary of state, for furniture, Sec. of state, starepairs of office, postage, stationery, books, blanks, binding,
tionery, etc. subscription to periodicals, etc., for state library, a sum not exceeding three thonsand dollars; for fuel and lights for the Fuel and light offices in the state house, and for the legislature, stationery,
state house, etc. printing, paper, blanks, porterage, and other incidental expenses necessary in the discharge of the duties required of the secretary of statc, a sum not exceeding fifty thousand dollars; to the secretary of state, for clerk lire, the sum of sec. stato twenty-five hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly; and the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars for making Indexes, rain, index to laws, journals and reports of this session of the reports
journals. general assembly.
Third—To the auditor of public accounts, for clerk hire, Auditor for clerk 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, Anditor's somos, books, and other contingent expenses necessary in the dis postage, eta charge of the duties of said office, a sum not exceeding six thousand dollars.
Fourth—To the office of state treasurer, for books, furni- State treasurer: ture, postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses fice. 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 two thousand dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly.
Fifth—To the office of superintendent of public instruc- Supt. pubilo ih tion, for traveling expenses, a sum not exceeding, five hun- eling expenses. dred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly; also, to the same, for furniture, repairs of office, and other incidental ex- Supt. pubito do penses of the office not provided for, a sum not exceeding penses of office. one thousand dollars; to the superintendent of public in- Supe publie to struction, for clerk hire, the sum of tifteen hundred dollars struction, werk per annum, to be paid quarterly; and, for his own salary, Supt. puble inthe sum of two thousand dollars per annum, to be paid
. quarterly: Provided, the said salary shall not be paid under any other law.
Sixth-To the clerk of the fund commissioners' office, the Clerk--tunđ comsum of twelve hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quar
missioners terly: Provided, that the said clerk shall not be employed Provisa. longer than is necessary in the opinion of the governor.
Seventh-To the department of state geologist, for rent of Geology depart
State treasurer, clerk hire,
Porterg of state offices.
Messengers public service.
rooms occupied by the geological department, the sum of five
hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly, and the printing, sum of twenty thousand dollars, to defray the costs and ex
penses, printing, engraving and binding three thousand copies of the report of the state geologist, in accordance with the joint resolution passed by this general assembly; and
the governor and state geologist are hereby authorized and
for empowered to make such contracts for the printing, engravprinting report. ing and binding of said copies as the best interests of the
state and the subject demand.
Eighth--To the porters of the state offices, at the rate of
two dollars per day, to be paid on the certificate of the secPenitentia como retary of state, and thirty dollars to each member of the
committee on the penitentiary and state institutions. Contingent fund Ninth-The sum of one hundred thousand dollars, or so
much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated Relief of Illinois as a contingent fund for the relief of sick and wounded sol
diers and sailors of Illinois, and to defray contingent ex
penses connected with the military service in this state; for on messengers on public service for this state by order of the
governor, and such other unforseen services for the state as may be necessary; the same to be expended in such manner and in such sums as the governor shall, in his discretion,
deem advisable, but no money shall be drawn from this fund Vouchera requir- except upon the filing of a statement, signed by the gover
nor, showing for what purpose the same is drawn; and the bills of particulars shall be filed in the office of the auditor,
showing how and for what purpose the same was expended. Repairs of execu
Tenth-That the sum of five thousand dollars ($5000), is hive mansion.
hereby appropriated for the purpose of furnishing and repairing the executive mansion of this state; said money shall be subject to the order of the governor, and shall be used by him ať his discretion for the purpose aforesaid. The governor is hereby authorized to dispose of all old and worn out
furniture about the executive mansion, in such manner as he furniture shall deem best, and supply other good and substantial arti
cles in place thereof. The governor shall keep an accurate
account of all money received or expended by him, and port expendi- shall, at the next session of the general assembly of this mittee on public state, report such expenditures to the committee on public
accounts and expenditures, and shall exhibit to said comVouchers requlr- mittee vouchers for all money paid out or received by him
ander the provisions aforesaid. AQ. General, for Eleventh-To the office of the adjutant general, for clerk
hire, the sum of five thousand dollars per annum, to be paid Messengers. quarterly; for messengers, the sum of four hundred dollars Stationery, etc. 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 A1. Gen., salary. fifteen thousand dollars. To the adjutant general, the sum
Old furniture may be sold.
Governor to re
of three thousand five hundred and ninety-four dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly, on his order. To the assistant Ass't Adj't Gen., adjutant general, the sum of eighteen hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly, on the certificate of the adjutant general. All of the payments made under this eleventh Date of paym'ts. provision to date from the ninth day of January, 1865, inclusive.
Twelfth—The sum of eight hundred dollars per annum is hereby appropriated for clerk hire, to be paid quarterly, upon the order of the clerk of the supreme court, for the Clerk, supreme second grand division, and three hundred dollars per annum court, 20 div. is hereby appropriated to the clerk of the supreme court, of clerk, supreme the first division, payable quarterly upon his order.
§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed Auditor to draw to draw his warrants upon the treasurer for the sums respectively herein specified; bills of particulars in all cases to be filed, where not otherwise provided, to be certified by
proper officer, and approved by the governor; and the treasurer shall
pay the same out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.
$ 3. This act is a public act, and shall be in force from and after its passage.
APPROVED Feb. 16th, 1865.
warrant, treasurer to pay.
AN ACT making certain appropriations not otherwise provided for.
In force Feb. 16,
J. C. Conkling
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the people of the State of Ninois represented in the General Assembly, That the following sums be and the same are hereby appropriated to appropriath.par
. pay the following bills which are not otħerwise provided bills. for:
To James C. Conkling, the sum of three hundred and twelve dollars and seventy five cents, for rent of office occupied by the adjutant general from December 31, 1862, to June 12, 1863.
To George F. Wright, the sum of two thousand six hun- George F. Wright dred dollars for painting the portraits of the governors of for portraitä. this state, including that of the present governor, to be paid upon the certificate of the governor, after said portraits are completed.
To A. Alvey, the sum of one hundred and seventy five Acourey for rodollars for transcribing records in the office of secretary of state.
To John P. Brooks, the sum of two hundred and nine John P. Brooks dollars for interest paid by him as superintendent of public for interest. intruction, for money advanced for the contingent expenses of said office, during the last two years.
and John G.
Milton E. Mor
L. P. Sanger for
Bailhache & Ba
To John Kuecherer and John G. Kaps, the sum of one Raps, extra as hundred dollars each, for extra services, as porters in the
state house, during the years 1863 and 1864.
To Milton E. Morreil, the sum of two thousand three lanured and seventy-two dollars, fur services and expenses as allotment commissioner appointed by the governor to procure allotments for the families of Illinois soldiers, and
the further sum of twelve hundred and eighty-six dollars Lewis Ellsworth. and sixty-six cents, to Lewis Ellsworth, for like service. Adjutant gene- To the office of the adjutant general, the sum of nine
thousand nine hundred and forty-three dollars and seventyfour cents, to pay for rent, books, stationary, printing, furniture, telegraphing, express charges and other incidental expenses of said office, from January 1st, 1863, to January 9th, 1865, not including any compensation to the adjutant general during said time: bills of particulars to be certified by the adjutant general, and approved by the governor.
To L. P. Sanger, the sum of six hundred and seventyfive dollars, for engraving plates and printing bonds under the provisions of an act entitled "an act to provide for the payment of certain awards in relation to the Thornton loan, reported by Judges Treat, Caton and Scates, commissioners, appointed by the state." Approved Febrnary 21, 1861.
To Bailhache & Baker, the sum of thirteen hundred and five dollars and fourteen cents, for ten thousand covers for volume number four, agricultural reports.
To Bailhache & Baker, the sum of two hundred and fifty-three dollars and nineteen cents, for printing reports, and publishing notices ordered by the bank commissioners.
To Bailhache & Baker, the sun of two hundred and fifty-three dollars and nineteen cents, for printing reports
and publishing notices ordered by the bank commissioners. Baker & Phillips. To Baker & Phillips, the sum of sixty-two dollars and
seventy-five cents, for printing reports and publishing notices ordered by the bank commissioners.
To the several clergymen, nine in number, who officiated 23d assembly. as such during the session of the 23d general assembly, the
sum of twenty-five dollars, to be certified by the secretary of state.
To Alfred Webster, the sum of sixty-five dollars for per diem and mileage for attendance upon the 23d general assembly, as a contestant for senator, from the 21st senatorial
district, vice Pickett. F. E. Payne. To F. E. Payne, the sum of fifty-four dollars and five
cents, for locks and keys and repairs for desks in the two houses and state offices in the state house.
A sum sufficient to pay for the newspapers furnished to general assem- the members and officers of this general assembly, to be
paid upon the certificates of the clerks and speakers of the respective houses, approved by the governor.
Á sum not exceeding six thousand five hundred dollars is
Bailhache & Ba.
Bailhache & Ba
Officers and men
hereby appropriated to pay for officers and men in charge of the arsenal, and other expenses in and about the same during the last two years, to be paid upon the filing of bills of particulars by the persons entitled thereto, approved by the governor; and a like sum is also hercly appropriateu, or as much thereof as may be necessary to pay said oflicers, men, and expenses as aforesaid, for the next two years, to be paid as above.
To the extra clerks of the senate and house of represen- Extra clerks of tatives, during this session of the Legislature, each the sum of eight dollars per day during the time they were employed, to be certified by the speaker of their respective houses.
To the clerks of committees, the sum of eight dollars per Clerks of com. day, to be certified as above.
To the pages, employed in the two houses, each tlie sum Pages. of two dollars per day, to be certified as above.
To the page employed in the office of the secretary of Page of secretary state, a like sum per day, the number of days to be certified by the secretary of state.
To the porters, firemen, mail carriers, and other cm- Porters, firemen, ployees not otherwise provided for, each the sum of four and employees dollars per day, during the session, to be certified by the respective speakers of each house.
To the secretaries employed in the governor's office, the Secretaries sum of six dollars each, per day, during the session, to be certified by the governor.
To the clerk in the library, the sum of five dollars per Clerk in library. day during the session.
To the clergymen, who have officiated during this ses- Clergymen sion, each the sum of twenty-five dollars, to be certified by the secretary of state.
A sum sufficient to defray the expenses of witnesses at- Witnesses before tending before the committees of either house, the same to be certified by the chairman of the respective committees, and by the speaker of the house or senate, as the case may be, the amount to any such witness, not to exceed necessary traveling expenses and two dollars per day, during actual attendance, as a witness.
The sum of four hundred dollars, or so much as may be Agents atos proa necessary to pay the expenses, and for the services of the agents of the state of Illinois, who went to Washington, under the order of Governor Yates, to procure the discharge of certain Illinois soldiers from service in the marine artillery, so-called, the amount of such expenses and the valne of such services, to be certified to by Governor Yates.
To the Alton Bank, the sum of two hundred and seventy- Alton Bank. five dollars, being the balance due on a draft drawn by Governor Yates on said bank, May 13, 1861, for war purposes.
To Thomas Lewis, the sum of two hundred and four dol- Thomas Lewio. lars and fifty cents for publishing the proceedings of the
of Illinois soldiers.