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standing; Provided, however, the plaintiff or plaintiffs in Three months execution, or his or their attorney, shall give to the execu-ed
... notice to extor or administrator, if there be any, of said deceased person administraor persons, at least three months' notice in writing, of the ex-tors if any istence of said judgment before the issuing of execution; And provided further, that no execution shall issue until after the expiration of twelve months from the death of such deceased person or persons.
APPROVED, February 25th, 1843.
AN ACT regulating the manner of selecting juries in certain cases. In force,
Feb. 1, 1843. SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, rep- Duty of sherresented in the General Assembly, Whenever hereafter a failure iff in summo
te ning jurorg in takes place to hold a regular term of any of the circuit courts certain of this State, and a special term of said court is called, it shall &o. be the duty of the sheriff to summon, for said special term, the list of grand and petit jurors furnished for the regular term preceding.
e t afshi tot com’rs courts Sec. 2. The county commissioners' courts of this State are
may select jubereby authorised, at any special term of their courts, to select rors at special lists of grand and petit jurors in the manner now provided by terms law, for any special term of the circuit courts in their respective counties.
Sec. 3. This act shall be in force from and after its passage.
AN ACT to allow grand and petit jurors mileage.
Mar. 4, 1843. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter there shall Payment of be allowed and paid to grand and petit jurors for their servi. . abu par ces in attending circuit courts of the several counties in this State, the sum of seventy-five cents per day, for every day necessary in attending courts as aforesaid, as such jurors, and for every mile of necessary travel, to be computed from the place of holding courts, to the residence of the juror, five cents per mile, to be paid out of the county treasury, as now provided by law, for the payment of grand and petit jurors.
Sec. 2. That whenever any person shall be summoned as talisman, to attend any circuit court as a petit juror, and shall receive game be detained as such, longer than one day, sucli person so sum- compensation moned shall be allowed mileage from the place of holding if de
"8 more than one courts to the residence of such juror, in the same manner as day though such person had been originally selected and summoned. Mileage only to be computed one way.
APPROVED, March 4th, 1843.
JUSTICES AND CONSTABLES.
In force, AN ACT to increase the number of justices of the peace in the justice's Aug. 7, 1843.
district therein named.
SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, District em-, represented in the General Assembly, That hereafter the justi
Amice's district in which the town of Amity is situated in the counfour justices ty of Bond, shall be entitled to four justices of the peace and & constables constables, one of which justices and constables shall reside in
or near the said town of Amity. Act to take Sec. 2. This act to take effect and be in force from and effect at next after the next regular or biennial election for justices of the election of justices
peace and constables.
APPROVED, January 24th, 1843.
In force, AN ACT legalizing the acts of Daniel S. Ebersol, a justice of the peace Feb. 3, 1843,
. in Livingston county.
Preamble WHEREAS, Daniel S. Ebersol was duly elected and commission
ed justice of the peace for the county aforesaid, on the first Monday of August, one thousand eight hundred and fortytwo; and whereas, being himself clerk of the county com. missioners' court, he was sworn into office by Truman Rutherford, probate justice of the peace for said county; now therefore,
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Acts legalized represente
represented in the General Assembly, That all and singular the
SEC. 2. This act to be in force from and after its passage.
In force, AN ACT 10 confirm the acts of John J. McG:aw, justice of the peace for Feb. 25, 1843.
De Witt county.
SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly, That all the acts of McGraw le: John J. McGraw, as a justice of the peace for De Witt county, galized shall be valid and legal, as if the said John J. McGraw had
been legally sworn into office.
APPROVED, February 25th, 1843.
In force, AN ACT for the relief of Henry B. Cone and James W. Nobles. Mar. 4, 1843.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the Generat Assembly, That Henry B. Cone,
and James W. Nobles are entitled to a pre-emption on the In relation to following quarter sections, to wit: Henry B. Cone shall be e
emption entitled to the south-west quarter of section thirty-four, in rights township twenty-two north, range five, east of the fourth principal meridian, and James W. Nobles shall have the same privilege to pre-emption upon the north-west qnarter of section three, in township twenty-one north, range five, east of the fourth principal meridian; Provided, said quarter section, belong to the State of Illinois; And be it further provided, that said Henry B. Cone and James W. Nobles shall pay into the treasury of the State one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre , in gold or silver; and it shall be the duty of the Governor, upon the Treasurer's receipt of the one dollar and twentyfive cents, in gold and silver, by either of the aforesaid persons, to cause a title patent to be issued to the aforesaid person or persons for the aforesaid land or lands.
Sec. 2. That Francis Van Valkenburgh, of Winnebago Same county, is hereby granted a pre-emption right to the west half of the north-west quarter of section, number eighteen, in township twenty-seven north, of range ten, east of the fourth principal meridian, and shall be entitled to a patent for the same from the State, upon the terms and under the limitations set forth in the first section of this act; Provided, that the several persons above named shall avail themselves of the privileges in this act granted, by making full payment into the State treasury for the several lots of land described, previous to the time that may hereafter be appointed for the public sale of lands, selected in the Dixon land district, under the act of Congress of the fourth of September, one thousand eight hundred and forty-one.
APPROVED, March 4th, 1843.
AN ACT to authorise the county commissioners of Wayne county to trang. In force, fer a certain lot of ground therein named.
Feb. 23, 1843.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the county com-Co. court of missioners' court, in and for Wayne county, agents in trust Way
authorised 0 for the Methodist Episcopal Society, at Fairfield, be and they iransfer cerare hereby authorised to transfer by deed in fee simple, a cer- tain property tain out lot adjoining the town of Fairfield, known as "the Parsonage,” in accordance to the sale heretofore made by the trustees of the said Methodist Episcopal Society.
Sec. 2. Said deed, when so made, sha!l be considered as Effects of the conveying to the grantees therein named all the title, estate, conveyance and interest of the said society, and in all respects shall be good and valid in law. | APPROVED, February 23d, 1843.
In force, AN ACT to authorise the Governor to convey certain lots in the town of Feb. 23, 1843,
Shawneetown to E. J. Durbin.
Preamble Whereas, John M. Kelly, Esq., was on the eighth day of May,
1811, appointed by the Treasurer of the State of Illinois an agent to take charge of all the property purchased by the State on account of the internal improvement system lying east of the third principal meridian, with general powers for the collection, custody, and sale of the same, according to his discretion; and whereas, the said Kelly found the building at Shawneetown, intended for a depot, to be in an unfinished and a decaying state, and would soon become worthless unless some disposition of it was immediately made, and finding it to be out of his power to realisc any thing from the building, unless he should sell with it the lots owned by the State on which the building is situated, he therefore offered to sell, at public vendue, the lots, on the fourth day of September, 1841, and E. J. Durbin being the highest bidder, became the purchaser, at and for the sum of $2,912 00; and whereas, the said Durbin paid, at the time of the purchase, ten per cent. on the amount, and is now ready to pay the balance in State scrip, agreeable to the terms of the said sale; therefore,
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly, That the sale of the lots Sale of lots in in the town of Shawneetown, known and described on the Shawneetown plat of said town as in-lots numbered eleven hundred and sevenratified
ty-five, (1175) and eleven hundred and seventy-six, (1176) on which a building was erected, intended for a depot on the Shawneetown and Alton railroad, which was made by John M. Kelly, agent appointed by the State Treasurer, to E. J.
Durbin, be and the same is hereby ratified. Gov. to make Sec. 2. The Governor is hereby authorised to execute to deed of con. the said E. J. Durbin a deed of conveyance for the lots menveyance tioned in the first section of this act, so soon as the said Dur.
bin pays, or causes to be paid into the treasury of the State of Illinois, the balance in State internal improvement scrip'or bonds, now due or hereafter to become due, agreeable to the the terms of the said sale.
APPROVED, February 23d, 1843.
In force, AN ACT supplemental ta wan act for the sale of cer tain lots therein Mar. 2, 1843.
named," approved February 26th, 1841.
Sec. I. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Sale of cer
oro, represented in the General Assembly, That the south-west fractain lots tional quarter of section aumver eight, in township twenty
north, range nine west, in the county of Mason, and State of Illinois, may be sold in the same manner and under the same restrictions, prohibitions and limitations as provided for by “an
act for the sale of certain lots therein named," approved February 26th, 1841. This act to be in foree from and after its passage.
APPROVED, March 20, 1843.
AN ACT in relation to the distribution of the laws and documents of the In force, Congress of the United States.
Feb. 2, 1843. · Sec. 2. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall be the duty Documents of the Secretary of State to distribute with the laws of the referring to present General Assembly, to each of the clerks of the county public lands
to be distribucommissioners' courts in this State, one set of the documents, je
Wsted to coun. legislative and executive of the Congress of the United States, ties in relation to the public lands, to be kept by said clerks in their offices for the use of the people of their respective coun. ties.
SEÇ. 2. The Secretary of State shall also send to cach sen- Distribution atorial district in this State one copy of the acts of Congress, of acts of from eighteen hundred and twenty-two to the present time, Congress to be deposited with the clerk of the county commissioners' court where the votes for said district are canvassed, for the use of the people of said district, and bereafter with each distribution of the laws of this State there shall be sent out as aforesaid, to each of said districts, one copy of the acts of Con. gress which may hereafter be received.
APPROVED, February 2d, 1843.
AN ACT to amend an act entitled "an act providing for the binding of the In force, laws and journals," approved January 31st, 1840,
Feb. 23, 1843.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That it shall be the duty Sec. of State of the Secretary of State, after having given six weeks notice, to contract to be published in one of the newspapers printed at the city or
tv for folding,
by stitching, and of Springfield and one at the city of Chicago, of the time of hinding the letting the folding, stitching and binding, to contract with Reports, some responsible book binder or binders, who reside in this is
Laws State, before the commencement of each regular orspecial session of the General Assembly of this State, to do the folding, stitching and binding of the approaching session, consisting of reports, journals and laws, in the following manner and at po greater prices than those annexed, to wit: for folding, stitching and covering with blue paper, and cutting the edges of the journals, three and one half cents for each one hundred pages in the volume; for folding and stitching reports, two cents for each one hundred pages in the volume; for binding laws and journals and reports for Secretary's office, with lea