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WHEREAS, to-wit, on the twentieth (2011) day of April, 1881, said tract of land was offered for sale at Washington, District of Columbia, and was bid off by one Edward K. Ware and received a patent from the United States; and

WHEREAS, sail Ware did commence a suit of ejectment versus said Snow in the United States Court at Springtield, and did oust the said Snow and take possession from him; now, therefore,

[SECTION 1.] Be it ensurteil by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Issembly: That there shall be and hereby is appropriated to the said Richard A. Suow the amount of State tax paid on said land from the year 1956 to 1883, together with interest at the rate of eight (8) per cent. per annum, making a total amount of one hundred and forty dollars ($140.00), to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.

APPROVED June 23, 1885.

STATE GOVERNMENT-SALARIES. $ 1. Appropriates $800,000 to pay the officers and members of the next General Assembly

and the officers of the State government. An Act making an appropriation for the payment of the officers and

members of the next General Assembly, amed for the salaries of the

officers of the State government. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General 1ssembly: That there be and is hereby appropriated the sum of eight hundred thousand dollars ($800,000) or such sum as may be necessary to pay the officers and members of the next General Assembly, and the salaries of the officers of the State government, at such rate of compensation as is now, or hereafter may be fixed by law, until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session of the General Assembly.

APPROVED June 30, 1885.

STATE GOVERNMENT-DEFICIENCY. $ 1. Appropriates as follows:

$100 for the oflice expenses of the $1,800 for conveying offenders to the

Attorney General.
Reform School.
$1,100 for the State Board of Equaliza-

tion.

An Act to provide for the necessary expenses of the State government,

incurred or to be incurred, and nowo unprovided for, until the first day of July, 1885.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the following appropriations, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same are hereby made, to meet the necessary expenses of the State government, incurred or to be incurred, and now unprovided for, until the first day of July, 1885.

First. The sum of eighteen hundred dollars ($1,800), for conveying juvenile offenders to the Reform School at Pontiac, payable on the superintendent's certificate of de ivery, at the rate of compensation allowed by law; the Auditor to compute the distance by the nearest railroad route.

Second The sum of eleven hun.lred dollars ($1,100), for expenses of the State Board of Equalization, to be certified by the chairman of said board.

Third. The sum of four hundred dollars ($100) to the Attorney-General, for telegraphing, postage and other necessary expenses of his office, payable on bills of particulars, certified to by him and approved by the Govercor. § 2.

The Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrants on the State Treasurer for the sums herein specified, upon presentation of proper vouchers, and the State Treasurer shall pay the same out of any funds in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.

S 3. Whereas, the appropriations above recited are necessary for the transaction of the business of the State, therefore an emergency exists, and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

APPROVED June 27, 1885.

STATE GOVERNMENT-ORDINARY AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES.

§ 1. Appropriates for the ordinary and con

tingent expenses of the State govern.

ment, as follows: 1. $2,000 Governor's contingent ex

pense fund. 2. $4,000 clerk hire for the Governor's

office, 3. $800 postage and otherincidentalex

penses Governor's office. 4. 700 porter for Governor's office. 5. $3,500

are of executive mansion
and grounds.
6. $10.500 per annum to the Secretary

of State for clerk hire; $3,000 per
annum for office expenses; $700
each per annum for two. porters
and messengers; $10,000 per an-
num for care of State house and
ground-; $3,000 per annum for the
Indexing department: $23,000 for

repairs upon the State house.
. $7,500 per annum to the Auditor for

clerk hire; $700 each per annum
for two prters; $1,500 for postage
and other office expenses-Insur-
ance department.

8. $1,000 per annum to the State Treas

rer for clerk hire; $1,000 for office expenses; 43,200 per annum for Watchmen; $800 per annum for

clerk and messenger. 9. $2,400 per annum to the Superinten

dent of Public Instruction, for clerk hire; $800 per annum for clerk and messenger; $1,500 per annum for repairs and educational works; $100 for refurnishing office: $500 for library-out of school

fund. 10. $1,800 per annum to the Attorney

General for clerk hire; $700 per annum for porter and messenger; $2,000 per annum for otlice ex

penses. 11. $2,000 per annum to the Adjutant

General for clerk hije: $1,000 per ann m for arranging files; $800 perannum for ordnance sergeant; $700 per annum for janitor and messenger; $700 per annum for the custodian of Memorial Hall; $800 perannum for oflice expenses; $200 per annum for repair of flags.

12. $3,000 per annum to the Board of 26. *600 for contract for copying laws Public Charities for salary of sec

etc.; $500 for distributing State retary: $4,000 per amum for clerk

documents; $800 for postage and hire and office expenses.

express on documents. 13. $2,000 per annum for costs and ex

27. $10,000 per annum for heating State penses in State suits.

house; *4,000 per annum for light14. $20,000 per annum for conveying

ing Siate house. convicts to the penitentiary.

28 $10,000 per annum for State Board 15. $15, 000 per annum for returnilig

of Equalization. fugitives from justice; $3,000 for 29. $350 per annum for the library at rewards for criminals,

the Southern Penitentiary. 16. $5,000 per annum for conveying

30. $300 per annum for the library at the offenders to the Reform School.

Joliet Peuitentiary. 17. $15,000 per annum for paper and

3012 $ 12,000 for the per diem and expenses stationery.

of the Revenue Commission. 18. To the Supreme Court: $1,700 per annum to the N.G. 1). for r- pairs,

31. A sum sufficient to purchase the Restutionery etc.; $1,700 per annum

ports of the Supreme Court as

provided by law.
to the C. G. D.; *1,700 per annum
to the S. G. D.; $500 p r annum

32 $5,713 for r pairs and improvements each, to the librarians of the N.

in the heating department of the and S. G. D's.; $1,000 per annum

State house. to the librarian of the C. G. D.;

33. $3,000 per annum to the State Board $500 per annum each to the N. and

of lea th for salary of secretary; S. G. D. for janitors; $400 per an

$3,000 per annum for office exnum to the C. G. D. for janitor;

penses;$6,000 per annum for salary $1,000 for repairs of building ard

of assistant secretary and clerk grounds S. G. D. To the Appellute

hire; $40,000 for contingent fund courts: Ist district for rent and

in case of epidemics
incidental expenses $6,000 per an-
num; 2d district 1,000 per annum;

34. $2,500 per annum for books for the 3d district $1,000 per annum; 4th

State library: $900 per annum for district $1,000 per annum; 2d, 311,

salary of assistant librarian. and 4th districts for janitors $400

35. $1,000,000 per annum State school per annum; Ist di-trict for books

fund
$1,500; for librarian *600-per
annum.

36. $5,000 per annum to the Bureau of

Labor Statistics for collecting sta19. $35,000 for public printing; $10,000

tistics; *2,500; er annual for salary per annum for public binding;

of secretary: $500 expenses ad $9,000 for reprinting the Adjutant

per diem Stare board of examiners General's report.

for coal mine inspectors 20. $57,000 per annum interest on school

37. $6,000 per annum to the Fish Cumfund.

mission. 21. A fund sufficient to refund taxes

38. $500 for port ait of Gov. Hamilton. paid in error.

39. $530 for postage etc., Lieut.Governor. $6,000 per annum for laborers, janit rs and watchmen of the State

40. $3,000 to pay the expenses of commithouse.

tees of the 35th General Assembly. 23. $2,000 per annum salary of the cura- 40'2. $6,000 to the Adjutant General for tor of the museum; $700 per an

clerk hire and other expenses in num for salary for assistant; *900

preparing copy for reprint of the per annum for janitor: $300 per

Adjutant General's Report. annum for expens $; 3,000 per

41. $50,000 for damages for slaughtered aunum for archological speci.

animals in suppressing contagious mens.

disease. 24. $4,000 per annum to the R. R, and W. Commissioners for salary of

42. $331.79 for paving in front of arsenal secretary and office

property on Jth street, Springfield. expenses: $5,000 per annum for expenses of

43. $5,000 additional to pay e pensts of suits; $3,000 for printing and pub

committees of the 34th General lishing schedules of rates.

Assembiy, 25. $50,000 for the employs of the next

$2. General Assembiy.

How drawn. An Act to proriile for the ordinary and contingent compenses of the State

government witil the carpiration of the first fiscal quarter after the

adjournment of the wert regular session of the General Assembly. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, presented in the General Assembly: That the following named .

sums be, and are hereby, appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State government until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjownment of the next regular session of the General Assembly:

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First-A sum not exceeding two thousand dollars ($2,000), per annum, shall be subject to the order of the Governor for defraying all such public expenses of the State government as are unforeseen by the General Assembly, and not otherwise provided for by law; payment to be made from time to time upon bills of particulars, certified to by the Governor.

Second – The sum of four thousand dollars ($4,000), per annum, for clerk bire in the Governor's office, payable quarterly, upon the Governor's order.

Third--A sum not to exceed eight hundred dollars per annum, for postage, expressage, telegraphing, and other incidental expenses connected with the Governor's oflice, to be paid on bills of particulars, certified to by the Governor.

FourthTo the Governor, for one porter, the sum of seven hundred dollars ($700) per annum, payable quarterly, upon the order of the Gov

ernor'.

Fifth--To the Governor, for repairs and care of executive mansion and grounds, and for heating and lighting the executive mansion, three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500), per annum, to be paid on bills of particulars, certified to by the Governor.

Sixth-To the Secretary of State, for clerk hire in his office, the sum of ten thousand five hundred dollars ($10,500) per annum, payable quarterly, upon his order. To the Secretary of State, for repairs, postage, expressage, telegraphing a d other incidental expenses of the office, a sum not exceeding three thousand dollars ($3,000), per annum, payable upon bills of particulars, certified by the Secretary of State and approved by the Governor. To the Secretary of State, for two porters or messengers, the sum of seven hundred dollars ($700) each, per annum, payable monthly upon his order. To the Secretary of State, for the payment of all necessary incidental expenses incurred by him in the care and custody of the State House and grounds, and other State property, and in repairs and improvements of the same, and for the performance of such other duties as may be imposed upon him by law, and for which no other appropriation las been made, the sum of ien thousand dollars ( ($10,000), per annum. For comparing copy for the public printer, of the laws and joint resolutions, editing the same, preparing head notes thereto, and for indexing the volume of laws, and making a table of contents when printed; for comparing the copy for the printer for the printed volumes of the journals of the House and Senate, making indexes thereto when printed, and for superintending the printing thereof; for preparing a table of contents to the volumes of reports, and for making and keeping proper indexes to the executive records and all public files and documents in his office, as required by law, the sum of ihree thousand dollars ($3,000) per annum; for a new stylobate, new gutters, down-fall pipes, repairing terra cotta work and work on entablature, the sum of twenty-three thousand dollars ($23,000) or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid upon bills of particulars payable on his order, approved by the Governor.

Seventh-To the Auditor of Public Accounts, for necessary clerk hire, the sum of seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7,500) per annum, to be paid quarterly, upon his order. To the Auditor of Public Accounts, ir two porters or messengers, the sum of seven bundred dollars ($700)

each, per annum, payable quarterly, upon his order. To the Auditor of Public Accounts, for repairs, postage, express charges, telegraphing and other incidental expenses incurred in the discharge of his duties, a sum not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500) per annum : Provided, no part of the amount hereby appropriated shall be used to pay the expenses of the insurance department of said office of Auditor of Public Accounts, and he shall report the annual expenses of said insurance department to each General Assembly hereafter.

Eighth - To the State Treasurer, for clerk bire, the sum of four thousaud dollars ($4,000), per annum, payable quarterly, upon his order. To the State Treasurer, for repairs, express charges, postage, telegraphing and other necessary incidental expenses connected with bis office, a sum not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000), per annum, payable upon bills of particulars, certified to by him and approved by the Governor. To the State Treasurer, the sum of three thousand two hundred dollars ($3,200), per annum, for two night and two day watchmen, payable quarterly, upon his order. To the State Treasurer, the sum of eight hundred dollars ($800), per annum, for messenger and clerk, payable quarterly, upon his order.

Ninth-To the Superintendent of Public Instruction, for clerk bire, the sum of two thousand four hundred dollars ($2,400), per annum ; and for a janitor, porter and messenger, who shall also perform the duties of clerk when not otherwise employed, the sum of eight hundred dollars (6800), per annum, payable quarterly, upon his order. To the Superintendent of Public Instruction, for repairs, periodicals and educational works, and her necessary expenses of said office, a sum not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500), per annum ; for refurnishing office, four hundred dollars ($400), and for increase of professional library, five hundred dollars ($500), payable on bills of particulars, certified to by him and approved by the Governor. Appropriations made by this clause to be paid out of the State school fund.

Tenth-To the Attorney-General, for clerk bire, the sum of one thousand eight bundred dollars ($1,800), per annum, payable quarterly, upon his order; and for a porter and messenger, who shall also act as porter and messenger for the Supreme Court Reporter, the sum of seven hundred dollars ($700), per annum, payable quarterly, upon his order. To the Attorney General, for telegraphing, postage, and other necessary expenses incurred in the discharge of his duties, a sum not to exceed two thousand dollars ($2,000), per annum, payable on bills of particulars, certified to by him and approved by the Governor.

Eleventh-To the Adjutant General, for clerk hire in his office, the sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000), per annum, payable quarterly on his order. For completing the work of classifying and arranging the files and records of the late war, the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000), per annum, payable quarter'y on his order: Provided, that in the employment of clerks and assistants in the Adjutant General's office, preference shall be given to Union soldiers, their widows and orphans. For the ordnance sergeant, employed in the care of the State property at the State arsenal, the sum of eight hundred dollars ($800), per annum, payable quarterly on his order. The sum of seven hundred dollars, ($700), per annum, for janitor and messenger for the office, payable quarterly, on his order. The sum of seven bundred dollars ($700), per

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