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W. L. Church

and O. E. Carr expenses Gettysburg.

of

Policemen

session.

Porters.

John Jackson.!

Illinois

Journal

State
and

general assembly at the 23d session thereof, in the Union Herald, being the same amount allowed to the State Journal and the State Register, for like publication.

To William L. Church and Clark E. Carr, each the sum to of seventy-five dollars for expenses incurred in going to and

from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, under appointment of Governor Yates, as commissioners to represent the state of Illinois, at the inauguration ceremonies of the Soldiers' National Cemetery.

To the policemen in attendance during the session, the sum of four dollars per day, to be certified by the secretary of state.

To the porters employed by the secretary of state, each the sum of one dollar extra per day, during the session, to be certified by the secretary of state.

To John Jackson, for services in cleaning and attendance, the sum of four dollars per day, during the session.

To the Illinois State Journal and to the State Register, State Register. each the sum of tive dollars per column of nonpareil type,

for publishing the proceedings of this general assembly, to be certified by the secretary of state, the columns of the Register to be equal to the Journal; and the further sum of five dollars per column of nonpareil type, for publishing the public laws of the session, to be certified by the secretary of state, the columns of the Register to be equal to the Journal..

The sum of one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated to pay for any services rendered, or material furnished, for the use of this general assembly, not otherwise provided for; bills of particulars to be certified by the proper officer and approved by the governor.

A sum sufficient to pay the rent of rooms or offices occupied by committees during this session of the legislature, to be certified by the chairman of the proper committee, and approved by the governor.

A sum not exceeding two thousand dollars is hereby appropriated for repairs in and alout the state house and fence around the same, bills to be certified by the secretary of state and approved by the governor.

A sum not exceeding one thousand dollars is hereby appropriated for repairs in and about the arsenal, to be paid upon the order of the governor, upon bills of particulars, to be filed in the auditor's office, said bills being first approved by the governor.

To each member of the committee appointed during this session, in relation to the location of the industrial college, the sum of thirty dollars for expenses.

To the Western Engraving Company, the sum of two hundred dollars for engraving and printing diagrams of the senate and house of representatives.

Service or mate. rial not provided for.

Rent for committee rooms.

Repairs of state house and fence

Repairs of arsepal,

Industrial col. lege committee.

Western Engraying Company.

senate and clerk of house.

and

assistants.

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To the secretary of the senate and the clerk of the house, Secretary of the the sum of two dollars per day for extra services during the present session.

To the reporters and assistant reporter of the house of Reporters representatives, appointed at this session, the sum of ten dollars per day during the session, and to the assistant reporters the sum of eight dollars per day during the session, to be certified by the speakers of their respective houses.

A sum sufficient to pay the board of medical examiners Medical for services rendered during the years 1862, and 1863, to be ners. paid upon bills of particulars to be sworn to by said examiners, and approved by the governor.

To Wood and Docken, the sum of seventy-one dollars Wood & Docken. and fifty cents, for setting glass, etc., in the state house, to be certified by the secretary of state.

To Baker & Phillips, the sum of twenty-five hundred Baker & Phillipe dollars, being the balance due on the printing for the session of 1863, as per their account rendered, and to be certified to be correct by the secretary of state.

To Richard Yates, the sum of three thousand dollars to Richard Yates. repay him for amounts not heretofore sufficiently provided for, for fuel and lights for executive mansion and to pay gardener, to take care of garden and grounds attached to the executive mansion, and other necessary expenses connected therewith, subject to be paid to him upon his order.

To the assistant postmaster of the senate at this session, Assistant the sum of two dollars per day during the session, in addi- senate, extra. tion to his pay as page, to be certified by the speaker of the senate.

To John R. Howlett, fifty dollars for compiling legislative John R. Howlett. directory.

To the assistant secretaries of the senate, the sum of two Assistant secrodollars per day each, for extra pay for services during this session, and in addition to the sum of six dollars per day, already provided to be paid them.

To the assistant clerks of the house of representatives, Assistant clerks two dollars per day each, for extra pay for services during extra. this session, and in addition to the sum of six dollars per day, already provided to be paid them.

To the enrolling and engrossing clerks and their assist- Enrolling ants of the senate and house of representatives, the sum of clerks and astwo dollars per day each, for extra pay for services during this session, and in addition to the sum already provided to extra. be paid them.

To Burton C. Cook, the sum of one hundred dollars for B. C. Cook. legal services rendered upon the order of governor Yates in investigating the matter of the Stebbins and Macalister claim, at the last session of the general assembly of this state.

To the sergeant and assistant sergeant-at-arms of the Sergeant and as

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tary of senate, extra,

and

sistants of senate and house,

sen

sistant of ate, extra.

D. J. Snow.

J. C. Miller.

Jasper Martin.

Doorkeeper and senate, and to the doorkeeper and assistant doorkeepers of ant, extra. the house of representatives, the sum of two dollars each,

per diem in addition to the sum now provided to be paid by law.

To D. J. Snow, the sum of eight dollars per day for services as reporter.

To J. C. Miller, the sum of eight dollars per day for services as reporter.

To Jasper Martin, the sum of two dollars per day for

extra services ils fireman and janitor during this session. C. Sampson. To C. Sampson, policeman, the sum of six dollars per day

during the session, and no more. Auditor to draw § 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed

to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the payment of the sums provided for, upon the filing of bills of particulars,

certified by the governor, where not otherwise provided, Treasurer to pay and the treasurer shall pay the same out of any money not

otherwise appropriated. Per diem and And the per diem and mileage of the members of the bers and speak present general assembly, and of the speaker of the senate

and the speaker of the house shall be paid out of the state treasury in gold coin.

§ 3. This act shall be deemed a public act, and shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

APPROVED February 16, 1865.

warrant.

mileage of mem.

ers to be paid in gold.

In force Feb. 16, AN ACT making appropriations for the pay of the officers and members of 1865.

the next general assembly, and for the salaries of the officers of the government.

for next general assembly.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the folAppropriations lowing appropriations be and the same are hereby made to

ne the members and officers of the next general assembly, and

for the salaries of the officers of government: Speakers of sen. 1st. To the speakers of the senate and house of represenate and house. tatives, each, the sum of three dollars per day for the first

forty-two days' attendance, and two dollars per day for each day thereafter.

2nd. To each member of the senate and house of representatives, the sum of two dollars per day for the first fortytwo days' attendance, and one dollar per day for each day's attendance thereafter.

3rd. To each member of the senate and house of repreMileage.

sentatives, including the speakers of both houses, ten cents per mile for each necessary mile's travel, in going to and returning from the seat of government.

Members.

of senate.

Clerk and ass't

clerks.

to be certified by clerks.

4th. To the secretary and assistant secretaries of the Sec, and ass. sec. senate, and to the clerk and assistant clerks of the house of representatives, each, the sum of six dollars per day during clerk of house. the session.

5th. To the enrolling and engrossing clerks of the sen- Enr, and Engr. ate and House of representatives, each, the sum of six dollars per day during the session.

6th. To the assistant enrolling and engrossing clerks of Asa't enr. and the senate and house of representatives, each, the sum of engr. clerks. six dollars per day during the session.

7th. To the sergeant-at-arms and assistant sergeant-at- Sergeant-at-armo arms of the senate, and to the door-keeper and assistant door-keeper of the house of representatives, the sum of six Doorkeeper, and dollars per day during the session.

8th. "To the postmaster of the senate and the postmaster Postmasters senof the house of representatives, and to their assistants, each, ate and house, the sum of four dollars per day during the session. § 2. The time for which compensation is hereby allowed Time to be certi

fied by sp'kers. to each member and officer of the general assembly shall be certified to by the speakers of the respective houses, except the time of the speakers of the senate and house of repre- Speakers' time sentatives, which shall be certified to by the respective secretaries of the senate and house of representatives--all of which shall be entered upon the journals, and published as a part thereof; and upon the presentation of' said certificates to the auditor, he shall draw his warrants upon the revenue Auditor to issus fund for the amounts to which each person shall be entitled as aforesaid, to be paid by the state treasurer out of the said Treasurer to pay revenue fund in the state treasury.

$ 3. The following sums are hereby appropriated for the salaries of the officers of the government, until otherwise provided by law:

1st. To the governor, at the rate of fifteen hundred dol- Salary of Gov. lars

per annum. 2nd. To the secretary of state, the sum of eight hundred Sec. of State.

per annum. 3rd. To the auditor of public accounts, at the rate of one Auditor. thousand dollars per annum. 4th. To the state treasurer, at the rate of eight hundred Treasurer.

per annum. 5th. To each of the judges of the supreme court, at the Judges of rate of twelve hundred dollars per annum.

6th. To each of the judges of the circuit court, at the Judges of circuit rate of one thousand dollars per annum.

7th. To each of the state's attorneys, the sum of five state's attorneys hundred dollars per annum.

8th. To each of the judges of the superior court of the Judges superior city of Chicago, the judge of the recorder's court of said city of Chicago, the judge of the Alton city court, the judge city court, ana of the court of common pleas of the city of Cairo, the judge court common

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Judges Elgin and of the court of common pleas of the cities of Elgin and

Aurora, each, the sum of one thousand dollars per annum. Attorney supe- 9th. To the prosecuting attorney of the superior court

it ch of Chicago, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars per Attorneys recor- annum; to the prosecuting attorneys of the recorder's court Chicago, Alton of Chicago, the Alton city court, and the court of common city court, and pleas of the city of Cairo, each, the sum of five hundred pleas, Cairo. dollars per annum. And the auditor of public accounts warrants. *** shall draw his warrants on the revenue fund for the payment

of the several amounts herein provided for in this section, Treasurer to pay in quarterly payments, to be paid by the state treasurer out

of the revenue fund in the state treasury.

§ 5. This act is a public act, and shall be in force from and after its passage.

APPROVED February 16, 1865.

Auditor to draw

warrants.

In force Feb. 15, AN ACT making appropriacions for the ordinary expenses of the state insti.

tutions, for the years 1865 and 1866.

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

purposes of defraying the ordinary expenses of the state To state insti- institutions, located at Jacksonville, for the years eighteen

Jafbhundred and sixty-five and eighteen hundred and sixty-six, sonville, for

the following sums are hereby appropriated, to be divided pay- and paid in quarterly payments, on orders of the respective

boards, as required for use: Insane hospital. To the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, from the

first of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, to the first of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, fifty-five thousand dollars.

To the Illinois Institution for the education of the blind, at the rate of twenty thousand dollars per annum, from the first of December, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, to the

first of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven. Deaf and dumb. To the Illinois Institution for the Education of the Deaf

and Dumb, at the rate of forty-five thousand dollars per annum, from the first of December, eighteen hundred and sixtyfour, to the first of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven.

§ 2. To the last named institution, for the purchase of Deaf and dumb, beds, bedding and other furniture, to supply the place of form: beds and that which has been worn ont and consumed, three thousand

dollars, payable on the passage of this act; also, one thouImprovements sand dollars for improvements and repairs; and five hunand repairs.

dred dollars for insurance; and the like sums, of one thousand dollars, for improvements and repairs; and five hun

furniture.

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