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Railroads, Northern Cross, to be sold subject to lien in favor of

bonds issued for completion

193

surrender of lease of Tinsley & Co.

310

Northern Cross and Transportation company,

195

coinpletion of, company may take road from

Springtield to line of Indiana

195

value of State work how estimated, capital stock

how taken

195

donations of Congress for, conveyed by Gover-

nor to company

197

location of road may be changed, State may

purchase road

198

Real estate, redemption of

235
Flijah D. Ewing to convey

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William Maloney do

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Recorders may appoint deputies in certain cases

204
official bond

Records, Adams county, records made and in recorder's office

evidence

209

births and deaths mode of registry

210,213

Cook county, index made by recorder to be complet-

ed in one year

209

books of record to be repaired

210

fire proof offices for, any county may crect fire proof

buildings for safety of records of county offices 210

Greene county, declared valid

203
Jersey county, persons copying to have access to
records of Greene county

204
Jackson county, board of investigation appointed 203

notice of meeting to correct re-
cords, time board may sit

206
bonds, deeds, and papers shall be

recorded and declared valid,
when parol testimony may be
heard, where rights are im-

paired persons to apply to board 207
may examine witnesses and impose

tines, pay of members of board

and secretary

208

transcripts of deeds valid

212

Redemption of lands and lots sold for taxes -

235
of real estate sold on execution

187

Relief, Bayless, Reesc

213

Bell, Wn. M.

211

Bush, Daniel B.

217

Cheak, Jaines, collector Clay county

215

Cone, Henry B., and James W. Noble

170

collectors, Shelby county

215

Du Page county -

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Relief, collectors, Pope county

220

Macon county

227

McLean county

217

Effingham county

215

Schuyler county

213

Gold, Calvin

224

McHenry county debt, Lake to pay one-half of

218

McHatton, John G.

226

persons who have made improvements near canal

220

Powers, Matilda, all right and title to lands of Jacob

Powers, dec'd, secured to

221

School commissioner Pope county

222

securities of county officers

222

Talcott, E. B.

213
Updyke, Peter L.

213
Vandegrift, Abner J. and others, as securities of James

Hume, released by paying $500 in State indebtedness 220

Warnick, Wm.

227

Willard, Elijah

226
Reports of Auditor. (See Appendix.)

Treasurer. do

Representatives to Congress, districts for election of

71

Resolutions and memorials. (See Memorials and resolutions.)

Revenue of State, 1842, shall be collected in gold, silver, or Audi-

tor's warrants

228

payment of half assessment to be a discharge 228

tax shall be refunded when full amount has

been paid in gold or silver

228

collectors to pay State revenue in by first

Monday of September

228

when sheriff shall act as collector

229

counties may collect or remit any pro rata

amount of taxes

229

treasurer to pay out bank paper on Auditor's

warrants

231

Revenue of State, shall be collected in gold, silver, or Auditor's

warrants—wenty cents on every hundred

dollars worth of property

231

county treasurer ex.officio assessor after

March, 1841

231,237

clerk to deliver list of lands to assessor by first

Monday of March

231

property how assessed

232

assessor to give notice when he will attend in

precincts--persons failing to list property

shall forfeit six per cent.

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property may be assessed double when per-

sons refuse to give in--property omitted

may be assessed

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Revenue of State, abstracts of lands shall be delivered to clerk

who shall file them
sheriff' to be ex-officio collector after March,

1814
his duty
Stale revenue shall be paid in by first Mon-

day of March
counties may assess ten cents on every

hundred dollars -
county orders to be paid over at each term of

court
clerk to return list of lands sold State to Au.

ditor
redemption of lands and lots sold State
Auditor to advertise and sell delinquent lands

owned by State every four years
appeals from assessments how made
clerks liable for redemption money
lands in corporations not laid out in lots not

taxed
notes of banks in this State not receivable

for revenue

collector of Gallatin county to collect
Rivers, counties on Mississippi and Wabash rivers to have juris.

diction
Rock river rapids at Rockford, Winnebago county, to

improve navigation -
Snycarty declared navigable

Spoon navigable from its confluence to north line Fulton
Roads, Bath to Mantanzas

Belvidere to Little Fort
Benton to Equality
Brown's to Nashville
Carthage to Dorothy's farm
Charleston to Peoria, location confirmed
Chicago to Grand de Tour
Chicago to Dixon
county commissioners to assess taxes for road purposes
Cumberland road
Elgin to Oregon road
Fox river in Kane county to Gary's mills
Frederick ville to Macomb
Hammer's to Chilicothe, to remove and re-locate
Harrison's to Prairie du Pont -
Hendersonville to Millersburg
Jacksonville to Vandalia to change part of
Jemison's ferry to Cape Girardeau
Jonesboro' 10 Fredonia, 10 re-locate part of
Josephine to Knoxville
Lancaster landing to Farmington

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Roads, La Salle to Inlet Gruve

Lewistown to Monmouth
Marion to Joncsboro
McFarland's ferry to Mount Vernon vacated
Natiunal road towards Louisville, Clay county
Oliver's to Peoria,county commissioners Tazewell to pay

Robert Smith and others for locating
Peoria to Galena, to vacate part of
Petersburg to Macomb
Princeton to Pawpaw grove, to re-view and re-locate
Quincy to Augusta
south of Manviile's mills to Saratoga
Springfield to Peoria, to change part of
St. Charles to Rockford
Taylorville to Zanesville
Turnpike roads. (See Turnpikes.)
Utica to Killsa's landing
Vandalia to Mclicansboro
Washington county

Wright's to Portland
Robinson, Lucy. (Sce Names changed.)
Rockford Hydraulic and Manufacturing Company
Rock River Seminary
Rockville Academy
Ryburn, Wm T., and others. (See Mill-dams.)

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Saline lands, Bond county, may be sold, expenses incurred by

State to be reiinbursed by county

proceeds of sales to build bridges 272
Jackson county, further time allowed comr' to file
bond

270
pre-emption allowed to Holiday
and Sorrells

270
Vermilion and Iroquois, counties may dispose of
lands

270
when 200 acres are

sold one-half of pro-
ceeds paid Champaign
county

271
Schools, common, time extended for furnishing number of chil-
dren

281
in township 3 norih, 12 east, Will county 232
school districts, Vermilion county

274, 280
Iroquois

279
when entitled to portion of school fund 281
school directors and treasurers to legalise returns of Jack-
sou and Union counties

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Schools, commissioners, Clay. co. to pay Richland proportion of
school fund

272
Clinton, sales made legalised

276
to sell lots 5 and 6

277
to distribute school fund

280
Hancock co. to cancel notes and bonds
given for lands

278
may lease school lands

279

Jackson co. to distribute school fund

280

La Salle, to dispose of depreciated bank

paper

39

Pope, sales made by, legalised

222

Vermilion, to sell lands

Washington to sell lands if not sold by

com'r of Clinton co.

277

school fund, Clay co. proportion of to Richland co.

272

Edwards and Wabash counties

168

Iroquois

279

La Salle

39

Lawrence

153

Vermilion

274, 280

school lands, Hancock

168

Iroquois

279

Vermilion

276, 280

Washington and Clinton

276

Will

282

school taxes for school purposes, Knox co.

292
school townships incorporated may be dissolved

275
school trustecs, proceedings of legalised, Lil Salle co. 273
to sell stone on school liends

274
ecretary of State, to have school law published

281
to send copy of law creating Massac co. to
Johnson and Pope

76
to send copy of law fixing time of holding
court iu 2d circuit

131
3d

132
8th

133
Ith

130

to send copy of law in relation to peniten-

tiary to inspectors

184

to send property law to co. clerks

188

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to end copy of property law to clerks Mc-

Henry and Lake counties

219

to send copy of revenue law to clerks

237

to receive and preserve geological speci-

mens, to send printed copies of preamble,

act and queries to clerks circuit courts - 154

to distribute laws and docuinents of Con-

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gress to countiis

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