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AN ACT :o fix the time of holding circuit courts in the firet judicial

circuit.

In force, Feb. 14, 1843.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That circuit courts shall Time of bolbe commenced and held in the several counties composing ding courts in the first judicial circuit as follows, viz: in the county of Mor first circuit gan on the second Monday of March, the third Monday of June, and fourth Monday of October, in the county of Greene on the first Monday of April, the second Monday of August, and the third Monday (of October in the county of Pike on the second Monday of April and the first Monday of September, in the county of Calhoun on the Thursdays before the fourth Mondays of April and the third Mondays of September; in the county of Jersey on the fourth Monday of April and the third Monday of September, in the county of Macoupin on the first Monday of May and the fourth Monday of September, in the county of Scott on the third Mouday of May and the second Monday of October, in the county of Cass on the second Monday of May and the first Monday of October.

SEC. 2. All writs, recognizances, subpoenas and process which bave been issued and made returnable to the terms

Change of may of courts in said circuit, as heretofore required to be holden, effect procee shall be deemed and taken to be returnable to said courts dings hereby changed as required to be held under this act; and all process and proceedings pending in any of said courts shall be taken up and disposed of according to law as if no alteration hnd been made in the terms [times) of holding said courts. Act when to

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

APPROVED, February 14th, 1843.

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AN ACT changing the time of holding circuit courts in the ninth judicial in force, circuit of the State of Illinois.

Feb. 20, 1843.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Ilinois, represented in the General Assembly, That John M. Robinson, Judge Robinone of the associate justices of the Supreme Court, shall per-son assigned form circuit duties in the ninth judicial circuit of the State of to hold courts Illinois, and that the time of holding courts in said circuit shall cuit be as follows: in the county of Marshall on the third Monday in March, in the county of Putnam on the Monday thereafter, in the county of La Salle on Friday thereafter, in the county of Kendall on the third Monday thereafter, in the county of Times of holKane on Monday thereafter, in the county of De Kalb on ding courts Monday thereafter, in the county of Ogle on Monday thereafter, in the county of Bureau on Monday thereafter, in the county of Stark on Monday thereafter, in the county of Peoria on Monday thereafter, in the county of Kendall on the fourth Monday in August, in the county of Kane on Monday thereafter, in the county of De Kalb on the sec

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ond Monday thereaster, in the county of Ogle on Monday thereafter, in the county of Bureau on Monday thereafter, in the county of Stark on Monday thereafter, in the county of Peoria on Monday thereafter, in the county of Marshall on the second Monday thereafter, in the county of Putnam on Monday thereafter, in the county of La Salle on Friday there

after, in each and every year. Process, bu

SEC. 2. All indictments, informations, recognizances, suits, siness &c. motions, writs, process, and proceedings of every description, pensling in

civil, criminal, and in chancery, which have been, or shall be courts contin. ved to times commenced, returnable tn, or pending in any of the circuit fixed by this courts in the said judicial circuit, shall be continued over, re

turnable to, and made pending in the said circuit courts respectively, at the time or times established for holding each of the said circuit courts by the terms of this act, until after the statutes passed at this session of the General Assembly shall have been printed and circulated in the respective countiesin

said circuit. Ten copies of Sec. 3. The Secretary of State shall forthwith, on the pasthis act to be

sage of this bill, transmit to each of the clerks of the circuit clerk

court in the ninth judicial circuit ten copies of this act, which

for that purpose are hereby ordered to be printed. Grand jury of

SEC. 4. No grand or traverse jury shall be summoned to La Salle to be attend the courts in La Salle county until the first Monday of summoned to each term of the said courts. first Monday

APPROVED, February 20th, 1843.

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In force, AN ACT to change the time of holding courts in the second judicial cirFeb. 21, 1843. cuit, and to include the county of Perry in the said second judicial circuit.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Perry co. at- represented in the General Assembly, Thät hereafter the county tached to sec- of Perry shall be added to the second judicial circuit; and the ond circuit

terms of the circuit court of said county shall be held at the times hereinafter specified.

Sec. 2. That hereaster the terms of the circuit [courtsj in Time of bold- the second judicial circuit shall commence at the times nereinsecond circuit after specified, and continued from day to day (Sundays ex

cepted,) until all the business be disposed of, unless it shall be necessary to close the term to enable the judge to attend in the next county to hold court: in the county of Montgomery on the second Mondays of March and August, in the county of Effingham on the Fridays after the second Mondays of March and August, in the county of Fayette on the third Mondays of March and August, in the county of Bond on the fourth Mondays of March and August, in the county of Clinton on the first Mondays of April and September, in the county of Washington on the second Mondays of April and September, in the county of Perry on the third Mondays of April and Sep

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tember, in the county of Randolph on the fourth Mondays of April and September, in the county of Monroe on the first Mondays of May and October, in the county of St. Clair on the second Mondays of May and October, in the county of Madison on the fourth Mondays of May and October.

Sec. 3. All writs, subpænas, and other process which may Proces be issued and made returnable to the terms of courts in said cir-made returncuit, and to the term of the court in said Perry county, as here-able to terms tɔfore required to be holden, shall be deemed and taken to be fixed by this returnable to said terms of courts, as required to be held under this act; and all notices which may have been given either by publication or otherwise, with reference to the terms as heretofore required to be holden, shall, by force of this act, refer to

Business con the terms of courts as required to be held under this act; and Linued over all proceedings pending in any of said courts shall be taken up and disposed of according to law, as if no alteration had been made in the times of holding said courts.

Sec. 4. That the Secretary of State be directed to have this Sec. of State law printed with all possible despatch, and send a reasonable to have this number of such printed copies to each clerk of the circuit act printed &

distributed court and county commissioners' court, in the counties of said second judicial circuit, for distribution. This act to take effect from and after its passage.

APPROVED, February 21st, 1843.

AN ACT to change the times of bolding courts in the third judicial ID force, circuilt.

Feb. 25, 1843.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the circuit courts in

Tirge of hold. tie third judicial circuit shall be held at the times hereinafter ing courts in mentioned, to wit: in the county of Marion on the second Mon- third circuit day of March and the second Monday of August, in the county of Jefferson on the third Monday of March and the third Monday of August, in the county of Hamilton on the fourtla Monday of March and the fourth Monday of August, in the county of Franklin on the Mondays following, in the county of Williamson on the Mondays following, in the county of Jackson on the Mondays following, in the county of Union on the Mondays following, in the county of Alexander on the Mondays following, in the county of Johnson on the Mondays following, in the county of Massac on the Mondays following, in the county of Pope on the Thursdays following, in the county of Hardin on the Thursdays following, in the county of Gallatin, on the Mondays following.

Sec. 2. Allindictments, informations, recognizances, suits, mo- Change not tions, writs process, and proceedings of every description, civil, to affect suits criminal, and in chancery, which have been or shall be com-pending in

said court menced, returnable to, or pending in any of the circuit courts in the said judicial circuit, shall be continued over, returnable

to, and made pending in the said circuit courts respectively, at the time or times established for holding each of the said circuit courts by the times, until after the statutes passed at this session of the General Assembly shall have been printed

and circulated in the respective counties in said circuit. Copies to be Sec. 3. The Secretary of State shall forthwith, on the printed and distributed in passage of this act, transmit to each of the clerks of the cir

cuit court in the third judicial circuit, ten copies of this act, the circuit

which for that purpose are hereby ordered to be printed.

SEC. 4. All acts and parts of acts conflicting with the pro. visions of this act, in relation to the times of holding circuit courts in the third judicial circuit, are hereby repealed.

APPROVED, February 25th, 1843.

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In force, AN ACT fixing the times of holding the courts in the eighth judicial Feb. 28, 1843.

circuit.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of ihe State of Illinois, Timo of hold- represented in the General Assembly, That the circuit courts ing courts in of the several counties composing the eighth judicial cir. eighth circuit

cuit shall hereafter be holden at the county seats of said counties at the times following, to wit: in the county of Sangamon on the third Mondays in March, the fourth Mondays in July, and the second Mondays in November; in the county of Tazewell on the Wednesdays before the second Mondays in April and September, in the county of Woodford on the Thursdays succeeding the second Mondays in April and Scptember, in the county of McLean on the third Mondays in April and September, in the county of Livingston on the fourth Mondays in April and September, in the county of De Witt on the Thursdays following, in the county of Chanpaign on the Mondays following, in the county of Piatt on the Thursdays following, in the county of Macon on the Mondays following, in the county of Moultrie on the Thursdays thereafter, in the county of Shelby on the Mondays following, in the county of Christian on the fourth Mondays in May and October, in the county of Logan on the Thursdays thereafter, in the county of Menard on the first Mondays in June and November, in the

county of Mason on the Thursdays thereafter. No grand ju- Sec. 2. No grand jury shall be summoned to attend the ry for July

July term of the circuit court of Sangamon county, nor shall terın of San

any criminal cases be docketed for trial at that term; Provided, gamon co.

that if any person, shall be confined in the jail of said county, at the time of holding said term, the court shall have power to try such person if an indictment has been found, or, if no indictment has been found, the court may direct a grand jury to be summoned to inquire into the case of such person confined in jail, and if an indictment is presented, the court may proceed to hear and determine the case.

Sec. 3. All process which

may
have been issued out of any

Not to affect of said courts since the last term of the same, or wbich may hat have

proceerlings hereafter be issued, previous to this act being received by the been or may clerks of the said courts respectively, shall be deemed and tak-be commen

ced en as returnable to the terms required to be holden by the this act; and all proceedings, both civil and criminal, now pending shall be disposed of according to law, in the same manner as if no alteration had been made in the times of holding the said courts.

Sec. 4. This act shall, upon its passage, be published in the Copies of this paper of the public printer, and ihe Secretary of State shall act to be for.

warded to the immediately thereafter transmit a copy thereof to each of the clerks clerks of the said courts.

APPROVED, February 28th, 1843.

AN ACT to regulate the time of holding circuit courts in the fourth judi. In force, dicial circuit.

Mar. 1, 1843.

Sec. I. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the circuit courts Courts in of the fourth judicial circuit shall commence in the several fourth circuit counties at the times hereinafter specified, and shall continue from day to day, (Sundays excepted,) until all the business is disposed of, unless it shall be necessary to adjourn the court to enable the judge to attend in the next county to hold court.

Sec. 2. In the county of Wayne on the last Thursdays of Time of holdMarch and August, in the county of White on the first Mon-ing same days of April and September, in the county of Edwards on the second Mondays of April and September, in the county of Wabash on the Thursdays thereafter, in the county of Lawrence on the Wednesdays thereafter, in the county of Crawford on the Wednesdays thereafter, in the county of Clark on the Mondays thereafter, in the county of Edgar on the Mondays thereafter, in the countv of Vermilion on the Mondays thereafter, in the county of Coles on the Mondays thereafter, in the county of Jasper on the Mondays thereafter, in the county of Rich!and on the Thursdays thereafter, in the county of Clay on the Mondays thereafter.

Sec. 3. All indictinents, recognizances and suits, either at common law or in chancery, shall stand for hearing at the Suits pending times herein specified for holding court the same as though by alteration no change had taken place, and all writs and other process, civil or criminal, shall be and they are hereby made returnable the same as if there had been no change in the times of holding said courts; and all returns heretofore made, or that may hereafter be made, either according to this act or the one hereby repealed, shall be taken to be returnable to the terms of court as now fixed, and shall be legal and valid in all respects as if no change had taken place.

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