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Directors muy school district shall have agreed to lery a tax as aforesaid, for receive propo- the purpose of buying or repairing a school house, the school ing school
directors of such school district are authorised to receive prohouses
posals for building or repairing a school house in said district, and the lowest bidder, who is sufficiently responsible, offering to do the same, according to the plan and specifications of the
said directors, shall receive the contract. Directors SEC. 6. If a majority of the voters of any such school dismay purchase trict shall agree to levy a tax, as aforesaid, for the purpose of
purchasing a school house already erected, then it shall be the duty of the school commissioner of Knox county to appoint three disinterested discreet persons to appraise the value of the house proposed to be purchased, in cash, and the said appraisers, having been notified of their appointment in writing, under the hand of the said commissioner, shall take and subscribe an oath, faithfully and justly to make the said appraise. ment, before some justice of the peace of said county of Knox, and shall appraise the said house, and certify their said appraisement in duplicate, one copy of which shall be returned to the said commissioner, and one delivered to the said direco tors, and in no case shall the said directors give for [any] house to be purchased by them, a greater sum than the said appraisement; and the treasurer of said township shall pay to the said appraisers, a reasonable compensation, not exceeding two dollars per day, out of the funds of the district, for which
they shall have performed services under this act. Penalty in
Sec. 7. Any officer required to perform services or duties certain cases
under this act, who shall wilfully violate those duties, or neglect to perform such services, shall be liable to indictment, and to be fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dol
lars. This act how Sec. 8. That all the provisions of this act sha!l be applicaapplied ble to township seventeen north, of range eleven, west of the
third principal meridian, lying partly in the county of Morgan and partly in the county of Cass, and for that purpose, cessary alterations shall hereby be considered to be made in the foregoing act so as to enable its provisions to be applied to the said township as aforesaid.
APPROVED, March 4th, 1843.
In force,. AN ACT to vacate a part of the town plat of Wesley city, in the county of Feb. 3, 1843.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Part of plat of represented in the General Assembly, That all that part of Wesley city the plat of Wesley city, in the county of Tazewell, as re
corded and lies north of Division and east of Wall street; also, north of Clark and west of Washington street; and also, all blocks and streets in John Anderson's addition to Wesley city, and which lies and embraces the north half of the west
half of the south-west quarter of section six, town twenty-five
Sec. 2. This act to take effect from and after its passage.
AN ACT 10 correct a mistake in the platting and recording of the plat of In force, Peru.
Feb. 23, 1843.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Certain street represented in the General Assembly, That the eastern sixty made public feet of section seventeen, in the Ninand addition of the town of Peru, north of Main street in said addition, shall be and remain and the same is hereby declared to be a public street.
Sec. 2. That the eastern boundary line of the plat of the Ni-Provision for nand addition of the town of Peru, on section seventeen, north of eastern boun: Main street, in said addition, shall commence upon and be dark of said the same with the western line of the eastern sixty feet, which by the first section of this act is declared to be a public street. Sec. 3. That the recorder of La Salle county shall alter and Recorder to
amend plat amend the plat of the Ninand addition of the town of Peru on record in his office, so that the same shall be made to conform to the original survey of said addition, and to the provisions of this act.
APPROVED, February 23, 1843.
AN ACT to vacate the town plat of Reedfield, in the county of Pike. In sorce,
Feb. 23, 1843. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, T'hat the entire town Town plat plat of the town of Reedfield as surveyed and laid out is hereby declared to be vacated; Provided, no individual rights acquired by deeds or otherwise in said town shall in any manner be prejudiced by this act.
Sec. 2. This act to take effect from and after its passage.
In force, AN ACT to amend the act entitled "an act concerning a town plat therein named," approved February 17th, 1841.
Feb. 24, 1843.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That Josiah Rinde, of Madison county, be and he is allowed the further time of
Time extend- three months from and after the passage of this act to comply ed to Randall 10 comply
with the requisitions of the act entitled "an act changing a with terms of town plat therein named," approved February seventeenth, certain act one thousand eight hundred and forty.one; any thing in the
aforesaid act to the contrary notwithstanding. This act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
APPROVED, February 24th, 1843.
In force, AN ACT 10 correct the record of the plat of the town of Charleston, Mar. 2, 1843.
Peoria county, and to change the name thereof. Preamble WHÉREAS, the plat of the town of Charleston, in Peoria coun
ty, is recorded as being upon the south-west quarter of section twenty-four, in township ten north, and five east, of the fourth principal meridian, when in fact it is located entirely upon the north-west quarter of said section; and whereas, the said plat is recorded in an inverted position, the north being changed for the south side thereof; therefore,
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Recorder of Peoria co to
represented in the General Assembly, That the recorder of Peo
ria county be authorised and directed to correct the aforesaid tain errors
errors, as they appear of record in his office.
Sec. 2. That the name of said Charleston be and the same is hereby changed to that of Brimfie!d.
APPROVED, March 2d, 1843.
In force, AN ACT to amend an act entitled an "act to incorporate the town of Oto Mar, 6, 1943. tawa, and for other purposes," approved July 21st, 1837.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Boundaries represented in the General Assembly, That the second section of
an act entitled "an act to incorporate the town of Ottawa, and for other purposes," approved July twenty-first, eighteen hun
dred and thirty seven, be so amended as to read as follows: Tbird sec, of
all that district of country contained in section eleven, in act repcaled township thirty-three north, of range three, east of the third
principal meridian, is hereby declared to be within the limits Fifth sec.
and boundaries of said town of Ottawa.” amended Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, that the third section of said
act be and the same is hereby repealed; that the fourth section of said act be so amended as to read as follows: "the cor. porate powers and duties of said town, shall be vested in five trustees, who shall form a board for the transaction of business.” That the fifth section be amended by striking out the
word "September," and inserting in lieu thereof, "May.” That 17:h section section seventeen, of said act, be amended by striking out the amended
word "September," wherever it occurs in said section, and
inserting the word “May" in its place. This act to be in force from and after its passage.
APPROVED, March 4th, 1843.
AN ACT to change the name of the town of Saratoga, in the county of Io force, Union.
Jan. 21, 1843.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Saratoga represented in the General Assembly, That the word Western changed 10 be and the same is hereby added to the name of the town of Western SarSaratoga, situated in the county of Union, and State of Illi-atoga nois, and the name of the said town is hereby declared to be Western Saratoga.
APPROVED, January 21st, 1843.
AN ACT to re-locate First street, in the town of St. Charles, in Kane
In force, county
Jan, 24, 1843.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Ninois represented in the General Assembly, That Darwin Millington, Com’rs to reElisha Freeman, and Leonard Howard, be and are hereby locate street appointed commissioners to review and re-locate a part of First street, in St. Charles, Kane county, on the west side of Fox river.
Sec. 2. Said commissioners, or any two of them, shall meet Time & place in the town of St. Charles on the first Monday in April next,
of meeting or some other day thereafter, and after having been duly To be sworn sworn by some justice of the peace to the faithful discharge of their duty, as required by this act, shall proceed to review and re-locate said First street as follows, to wit: beginning Street how fifty-five feet south of the corner of Main and First streets, re-located thence running north-west across the north-east corner of lot number four, in block number thirty-nine, as described on the recorded town plat of said town of St. Charles, until it strikes Main street twenty-two feet from the corner of Main and First streets.
Sec. 3. After said commissioners shall have located said Map to be street, as provided for in the foregoing section, they shall made and remake out a map of the same and return said map to the office corder's ofof the recorder of Kane county, which map shall be recorded fice by the said recorder; and every thing relative to said map shall be done in accordance with an act entitled "an act providing for the recording of town plats,” approved February 27th, 1833; Provided, that it shall not be necessary for the Proviso county surveyor
same, but that the certificate of the said coinmissioners shall be sufficient to entitle the same to record.
Sec. 4. All parts of the present streets that are changed
ent streets vacated
Parts of pres- by the said commissioners shall, after the re-location of and
opening of the said new location, be vacated, and said street when so located shall be and remain a public'street, and shall be opened and kept in repair as other public streets are.
APPROVED, January 24th, 1843.
AN ACT to vacate the alleys in William H. Reed's, Thomas W. Lilly's, Feb. 2, 1843. and William Elliott's addition to the town of Olney, in Richland county.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Cert sin alleys represented in the General Assembly, That all the alleys in the in Olney va. additions to the town of Olney, in Richland county, made by cated
William H. Reed, Thomas W. Lilly, and William Elliott, be and the same are hereby vacated, and the said alleys appro
priated in equal proportions to the lots being contiguous; Proviso Provided, the assent of the owners of lots shall first be obtained,
which assent shall be obtained in writing, and recorded in the recorder's office of Richland county; And provided further, that the alleys in either of said additions shall be vacated whenever the owners of lots in said addition shal) assent thereto in writing; which written assent shall be recorded in the recorder's office of Richland county.
APPROVED, February 2d, 1843.
In force, AN ACT to authorise S. J. Chapman to add an addition to the town of Feb. 2, 1843.
Vienna, in Johnson county.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, Addition to represented in the General Assembly, That Samuel J. Chap. town of Vi. man, of Johnson county, be and he is hereby authorised to lay enna autho- off and divide the south-east quarter of section five, in town. rised
ship number thirteen, in range three, cast of the third principal meridian, into streets, alleys, lots, out-lots, and public squares, and make the same an addition to the town of Vienna, in the said county of Johnson; the said lots to be laid off in blocks, and to be numbered, to begin with number next after the highest number of lots in the said town of Vienna, and to continue until sixty lots shall be added to the said town; the said blocks to be laid off in such a size
as will make the streets of said land to be laid off to corresLots to be
pond with the streets of the old town of Vienna. laid off Sec. 2. That said Samuel J. Chapman may, in addition to
the said sixty lots, lay off a portion of the said south-east quar
ter of section five, into one and two acre lots. Said addition to be laid ou:
Sec. 3. That the said Samuel J. Chapman, in laying off the in conformity said quarter section of land, shall in all things conform and comto law
ply with the requisitions of an act entitled "an act providing for the recording of town plats," approved February twenty, seventh, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, and