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forty-two days attendance, and one dollar per day for each day's attendance thereafter.

3d. To the speaker and each member of the senate and of the house of representatives, ten cents per mile for each mile necessarily traveled in coming to and returning from the seat of government.

4th. To the secretary of the senate, and to the clerk of the house of representatives, each the sum of six dollars per day during the session; to the assistant secretaries of the senate, and the assistant clerks of the house of representatives, and the enrolling and engrossing clerks of both houses and their assistants, each the sum of six dollars per day during the session.

5th. To the sergeant-at-arms and assistant of the senate, and the door-keeper and assistant door-keeper of the house of representatives, each the sum of six dollars per day during the session.

6th. To the post- master of the senate, and to the postmaster of the house of representatives, and to their assis. tants, each the sum of six dollars per day during the session. § 2. The time for which compensation is hereby allowed, Time,

computed. and the mileage to each member of the general assembly, and the time of each officer, except the time and mileage of the speakers of each house, shall be certified by the speak- • ers of the senate and house of representatives respectively; and the time and mileage of the speaker of the senate shall be certified by the secretary of the senate; and of the speaker of the house of representatives, by the clerk of the said house, all of which shall be entered upon the journals of the respective houses and published therewith. Upon the presentation of such certificates to the auditor of public accounts, he shall draw his warrants upon the state treasurer in favor of the persons severally entitled to the same, which warrants shall be paid from the revenue fund.

$ 3. The following sums are hereby appropriated for the salaries of the officers of the government, viz:

1st. To the governor, at the rate of one thousand and five hundred dollars per annum.

2d. To the secretary of state, at the rate of eight hundred dollars per annum.

3d. To the auditor of public accounts, at the rate of one thousand dollars per annum.

4th. To the state treasurer, at the rate of eight hundred dollars per annum.

5th. To each of the judges of the supreme court, at the rate of one thousand and two hundred dollars per annum.

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

7th. To each of the state attorneys, at the rate of five hundred dollars per annum.

8th. To the judges of the superior court of Chicago, the judge of the Alton city court, the judge of the court of common pleas of the city of Cairo, the judge of the court of common pleas of the cities of Aurora and Elgin, each at the rate of one thousand dollars per annum.

9th. To the prosecuting attorneys of the superior court of Chicago, at the rate of two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; to the prosecuting attorneys of the recorder's court of Chicago, the Alton city court, the court of common pleas of the city of Cairo, each at the rate of two hundred and fifty dollars per annum; and the auditor of public accounts shall draw his warrants on the revenue fund for the payment of the several amounts herein provided in quarterly payments, to be paid by the state treasurer out of any moneys in said fund not otherwise appropriated.

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

APPROVED March 30, 1869.

In force Janna- AN ACT to provide for the partial payment of the mileago and por diem of ry 14, 1969.

the members and officers of the twenty-sixth general assembly.

of

titled to sum of $50.

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

Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That immeSpeaker to diately upon the passage of this act, the speaker of the sterditor to this house of representatives shall certify to the auditor of pub

members, lic accounts a correct list of all members, officers and emclerks, etc., en

the ployees of the house of representatives, and the speaker of

the senate shall, in like manner, certify a correct list of all the members, officers and employees of the senate, which lists shall be filed in the office of the auditor, who shall thereupon draw his warrant on the treasurer, in favor of each member of this general assembly so certitied to him, for the sum of fifty dollars; which sum shall be in part payment for the mileage and per diem of such members for their attendance upon this general assembly; and said auditor shall draw his warrant on the treasurer in favor of each elective officer of the senate and house, and the assistant clerks of each house, and the clerk of each standing committee of the senate and house, and each official reporter, for the sum of fifty dollars, which sum shall be in part payment of the per diem of such officers for their attendance and services at this session of the general assembly; and the said auditor shall draw his warrant on the treasurer in favor of each employee of the senate and house, other than those above specified-which employees embrace policemen, assistant post-masters, firemen, mail carriers, pages and porters—for the sum of twenty-five dollars, each, which sum shall.be in part payment of the per diem of such employees for their attendance and services at this session of the general assembly; and said warrants shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated by law.

2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

APPROVED January 14, 1869.

AN ACT making approprlations for the part payment of the members and In force Feb. 11,

officers of the twenty-sixth general assembly, and clerks of the committees thereof.

1869.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the auditor of state draw his warrant in favor of each officer and Partial appromember of this general assembly for the sum of fifty dollars,

priation. and in favor of each clerk of a committee for a like sum, upon the treasurer, to be paid out of any.moneys in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, in part payment of said officers and clerks: Provided, that such officer or clerk shall first present to the auditor the certificate of the proper officer or chairman of a committee that such amount is due such officer, or clerk, or member.

$ 2. This act shall be deemed a public act, and take effect from and after its passage.

APPROVED February 11, 1869.

AN ACT to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the gov, In force March ernment until the adjournment of the next regular session of the general

11, 1869. assembly.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the following named sums be and they are hereby appropriated, Appropriations. to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the government, until the adjournment of the next regular session of the general assembly.

First.—A sum, not exceeding ten thousand dollars, shall contingent be subject to the order of the governor, for defraying all made subject to such expenses as are unforeseen by the general assembly, nor. and not otherwise provided for by law-payments to be made

mansion.

Clerk in govor nor's office.

Secretary of

Cost of print

from time to time upon bills of particulars certified by the

governor. Executive Second.The sum of forty-five huudred dollars per an

num, for fuel and lights for the executive mansion, and to defray the expenses of keeping the same and the grounds thereto attached in repair-payable quarterly upon the order of the governor.

Third.The sum of twenty-five hundred dollars per annum for clerk hire in the governor's office-payable quar

terly upon his order. Postage, sta- Fourth.–To the governor's office, for postage, stationery, telegraphinga in telegraphing, furniture and repairs of office, and other incigovernor's office dental office expenses, a sum not exceeding four thousand

dollars—to be paid on bills of particulars certified by him.

Fifth.- To the office of secretary of state, for furniture, state--repairs of office, etc. repairs of office, postage, stationery, blanks, and other inci

dental office expenses, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars—to be paid upon bills of particulars certified by the secretary and approved by the governor.

Sixth.A sum, not exceeding fifty thousand dollars, for ine, paper, sta- the purpose of defraying the cost of printing, paper, stationture, etc. ery, furniture and repairs, books and blanks, for the general

assembly, and the services of watchmen, laborers and messengers, and repairs in and about the state house, and for all expenses necessarily incurred by the secretary of state in the discharge of duties imposed upon him by law, and for which no other appropriation is made—to be paid upon bills of particulars certified by said secretary and approved by

the governor. Secretary of Seventh.—To the secretary of state, for clerk hire in his

office, twenty-five hundred dollars per annum, payable

quarterly on his order; and four hundred and fifty dollars For making for making indexes and tables of contents to the laws, jourindexes and ta-nals and reports of this general assembly.

Auditor - for Eighth.- To the auditor of public accounts, for clerk hire, clerkhire, fur- the sum of thirty-five hundred dollars per annum-to be

paid quarterly. To the office of the auditor of public accounts, for furniture, stationery, repairs, postage, and other necessary office expenses, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars—to be paid on bills of particulars certified by the

auditor and approved by the governor. State treasurer Ninth.-To the office of state treasurer, for furniture, re--stationery, furniture, etc. pairs, stationery, postage, and other necessary office expen

ses, a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars—to be paid

on bills of particulars certified by the treasurer and approved Clerk hire. by the governor. To the state treasurer for clerk hire, the

sum of twenty-five hundred dollars per annum, payable

quarterly. Superintendent Tenth. - To the superintendent of public instruction, for of public ini clerk hire, the sum of three thousand dollars per annum, dentals of office. payable quarterly; and for his own salary, in addition to

state-clerk hire

,

and about

of executive man

the amount already provided by law, five hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly upon his order; and for his traveling expenses, a sum not to exceed five hundred dollars per annum-to be paid upon bills of particulars certified by said superintendent and approved by the governor. To the office of said superintendent, for repairs, furniture, Repairs, farperiodical and educational works, and other necessary ex- cals, etc. penses of said office, not provided for, a sum not exceeding tive hundred dollars—to be paid on bills of particulars certified by said superintendent and approved by the governor; appropriations made by this tenth clause to be paid with the school fund.

Eleventh.To the attorney general, the sum of four Attorney genehundred dollars per annum, for rent, furniture, and fuel (for) fare, fuei, etc. office—to be paid on bills of particulars certified to by said attorney general and approved by the governor.

Twelfth.-To the clerk in the fund commissioner's office, Clerk of fund twelve hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly : commissioner. Provided, that the said clerk shall not be employed longer than necessary in the opinion of the governor.

Thirteenth. To the porters of the state house, at the rate Porters of two dollars and seventy-five cents per day--to be paid state house. upon the certificate of the secretary of state, auditor and treasurer, approved by the governor.

Fourteenth.—The sum of thirty-six hundred dollars is Repairs hereby appropriated for the purpose of furnishing the exe- sion. cutive mansion of this state, snbject to the order of the governor, and to be used by him, at his discretion, for the purpose aforesaid. The governor shall keep an account of the expenditure of tie sun, and make report thereof to the next general assembly.

Fifteenth.—The sum of eight hundred dollars per annum, for clerk hire, is hereby appropriated to the clerk of division. the supreme court for the second grand division, payable quarterly upon his order; and four hundred dollars per annum, for clerk hire, to the clerk of the supreme court of the tirst grand division, payable quarterly upon his order.

Sixteenth-For repairs of state house grounds, walks, State fences, [and] steps, a sum not more than one thousand dollars repairs. -payable on bills certified by the secretary of state and auditor, and approved by the governor.

Seventeenth. --To the state librarian, the sum of five hun- State librarian. dred dollars per annam, as provided by law-payable quarterly upon his order.

Eighteenth—To the office of adjutant general, for messen- Adjutant content gers, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars per annum hire, etc. - to be paid quarterly. For stationery, printing, postage, telegraphing, furniture, rent of uffice, fuel, lights, expreseing, and other incidental expenses necessary in the discharge of the duties of said office, a sum not exceeding one thou.

Clerk hire in second grand

Same in first grand division.

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