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paid and unprovided for, whereby an emergency has arisen rendering it necessary that this act should take effect imme-. diately; therefore,
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the sum of twenty thousand dollars is hereby appropriated, to be paid out of the state treasury upon the warrant of the auditor of public accounts, for the payment of said expen ses, to be made upon bills of particulars, certified by the proper state officers and approved by the governor. Said bills of particulars shall show the amount charged for each item separately, and shall be accompanied by an affidavit of the party to whom payable or by an authorized agent, stating that the account is correct, that the articles have been furnished to the state or the services actually performed, and that the price charged is reasonable. All warrants sball be drawn in favor of the person, company or corporation entitled to receive the money.
§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is bereby anthorized and directed to draw his warrant on the state treasurer for such amounts as may be certified and approved as provided in section one (1) of this act, and the state treasurer is authorized to pay said warrants from any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.
§ 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
APPROVED March 28, 1871.
In force July 1, AN ACT to make appropriations to pay certain expenses of the state govern
ment, for which no appropriation has heretofore been made.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of
Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the Appropriations, following sums be and the same are hereby appropriated out
of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be paid to the parties therein named, upon the warrants of the auditor, upon accounts of bills of particulars, certified by the secretary of state and approved by the governor, viz:
To 0. F. Kimball, rent of committee rooms, one hundred and sixty dollars.
To estate of N. Strott, deceased, rent of committee rooms, one hundred and twenty-two dollars and sixty-six cents.
To J. Ruckel, curtains, flannel drapery, etc., four hundred and forty dollars.
To Nutt & Barclay, furniture for committees, one hundred and thirty-five dollars.
To H. G. Fitzhugh, carpenter's work (five bills), two hundred and ninety-four dollars and forty-five cente.
To Joel Johnson, rent of committee rooms, four hundred and ninety dollars.
To Fox & House, hardware, twenty-three dollars and twenty cents.
To Rafus Blanchard, maps, fifteen dollars and eighty-six cents. TO J. T. Smith, post office boxes, ten dollars.
To E. L. Baker & Co., for printing circulars for committee on manufactures, twenty dollars.
That interest shall be allowed on said amounts at the rate of six per centum from the first day of July, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, until paid; and the auditor shall draw his warrants therefor, as provided in section one of this act.
APPROVED April 5, 1872.
AN ACT to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the state gov- In force July 1, ernment until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session of the general assembly.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Minois, represented in the General Assembly, That the fol- Appropriations. lowing named sums be and they are hereby appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the goverament, until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the pext regular session of the general assembly:
First-A sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars shall be subject to the order of the governor for defraying all shiet toerder such expenses as are unforeseen by the general assembly, and not otherwise provided for by law, payments to be made from time to time, upon bills of particulars, certified by the governor.
Second–The sum of twenty-five hundred dollars per an- Clerks in govnum for clerk hire in the governor's office, payable quarterly upon his order.
Third-To the governor's office, for postage, stationery, Postage, sta telegraphing, furniture, and repairs of office and other inci- tionery, etc. for
governor's dental office expenses, a sum not exceeding two thousand tice. dollars ($2000), to be paid on bills of particulars, certified by him.
Fourth-To the office of secretary of state, for furniture, Secretary repairs of office, postage, stationery, blanks and other inci- etc. dental expenses, a sum not exceeding twenty-five hundred
or , furniture,
, , stationery, etc.
Auditor, clerk hire.
furniture, tionery, etc.
dollars, to be paid upon bills of particulars, certified by the
secretary and approved by the governor. Cost of print- Fifth-A sum, not exceeding fifty thousand dollars inerne papers. - ($50,000), for the purpose of defraying the cost of printing,
paper, stationery, furniture and repairs, books and blanks for the general assembly, and for all expenses necessarily incurred by the secretary of state in discharge of the duties imposed upon him by law, and for which no other appropriation is made, to be paid upon bills of particulars, certified by said secretary and approved by the governor,
Sixth-To the secretary of state, for clerk hire in his etate, clerk bire. office, and librarian, five thousand two hundred dollars
($5,200), per annum, payble quarterly, on his order.
Seventh-To the auditor of public accounts, for clerk bire,
the sum of five thousand five hundred dollars per annum, Anditor , for to be paid
quarterly. To the office of the auditor of public sta- accounts, for furniture, stationery, repairs, postage and other
necessary expenses incurred in the discharge of the duties of his office, a sum, not exceeding five thousand dollars ($5000), to be paid on bills of particulars, certified by the auditor and approved by the governor.
Eighth-To the office of state treasurer, for furniture, reperces free. or- pairs, stationery, postage and other necessary office ex
penses, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars per annum, to be paid on bills of particulars, certified by the treasurer and approved by the governor. To the state treasurer, for clerk hire, the sum of two thousand dollars ($2000) per annum, payable quarterly.
Ninth—To the superintendent of public instruction, for Superintendent of public in- clerk hire, the sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1500) per
annum, payable quarterly. To the office of the said supertufe and Princi: intendent, for repairs and rent of office, furniture, periodidental expenses cal and educational works, and other necessary expenses of
said office not otherwise provided for, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1000) per annum, to be paid upon bills of particulars, certified by said superintendent and ap
proved by the governor; appropriations made by this ninth To be paid out of school fund. clause to be paid out of the school fund. Attorney-gen.
Tenth—To the attorney general the sum of five hundred erile rept o sed dollars ($500) per annum, for rent, furniture and fuel of his
office, to be paid on bills of particulars, certified to by said attorney general and approved by the governor.
Eleventh-To the clerk in the fund commissioners' office, commissioners twelve hundred dollars, per annum ($1200), payable quar
terly: Provided, that the said clerk shall not be employed longer than necessary, in the opinion of the governor.
Twelfth—The sum of six thousand five hundred dollars ($6,500) to pay three porters, who shall act as messengers and take care of the state house grounds, at the rate of two dollars and fifty cents ($2 50) per day while actually employed; one night watchman at the rate of three dollars
struction, clerk hire. Repairs,
Clerk in fund
($3) per night; and for any additional labor about the site house
, to the extent only of the balance of the above sum after paying the above porters and watchman. The account of the above porters and watchman to be certified to by the respective officers by whom they were employed.
Thirteenth—The sum of five thousand dollars ($5000), or Executive manso much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropri- stom, te parniture ated, for the purpose of furnishing and repairing the executive mansion, and fence around the same, of this state, subject to the order of the governor, and to be used by him, at his discretion, for the purpose aforesaid. The governor sball keep an account of the same, and make report thereof to the next general assembly, with bill of particulars.
Fourteenth-For repairs of state house grounds, walks, Repairs of the fences and steps, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars state honge. ($500) per annum, payable on bills of particulars, certified by the secretary of state and auditor, and approved by the governor.
Fifteenth—To the office of adjutant general, for station. ery, printing, postage, telegraphing, furniture, fuel, lights, eral's office. expressing, and other incidental expenses necessary in the discharge of the duties of said office, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1000) per annum, payable on bills of particulars, certified by the adjutant general and approved by the governor. To the clerk in charge of ordnance and ordnance stores at the state arsenal, the sum of eight hundred dollars ($800) per annum, payable quarterly, on the order of the adjutant general.
Sixteenth-For public printing and binding, forty thou- Printing and sand dollars ($10,000), to be paid on the order of the secretary of state, auditor and treasurer, approved by the governor, to be paid from time to time, as the work is delivered.
Seventeenth-A sum not exceeding twenty thousand dol- Conveying conlars per annum, for conveying convicts to the penitentiary, tiary. to be paid in the manner and at the compensation fixed by general law.
Eighteenth-A sum not exceeding four thousand dollars Delivery of fuper annum, for apprehending and delivery of fugitives tice. from justice, to be paid on the evidence now required by law, certified and approved by the governor.
Nineteenth-A sum not exceeding two thousand dollars per annum, for costs and expenses in state suits, to be paid suits. op bills of particulars, certified to by the auditor and approved by the governor.
Twentieth—The sum of seventy thousand dollars, annually, or so much as may be necessary, to pay the interest Xchool, college on the school, college and seminary funds, distributed an- fund. dually noder laws in force. The amount to be so distributed to the Normal University was included in the act appropriating money to that institution, passed at the first session of this general assembly; but nothing in said act shall be con
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Cost, in state
State sehool fund tax.
strued to authorize the payment of any greater sum out of any other funds, or in any other manner than is provided in the law making the distribution of said funds: Provided, the portion of this fund provided by law to be paid to the institution for the education of the deaf and dumb, shall be credited to the revenue fund, as it was included in the appropriation made to said institution at the first session of the present general assembly.
Twenty first—The sum of nine hundred thousand dollars annually, of state school fund tax, or as inuch of said fund as may be raised by taxation on assessments, of one thonsand eight hundred and seventy, one thousand eight hun. dred and seventy-one and one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two, as may be necessary to pay the annual amounts of said state school fund tax, distributed in the several counties under the laws governing such distribution. The auditor shall issue his warrants on the proper evidence that the amount distributed has been paid to the county school
superintendente. For refunding Twenty-second-Such sum as may be necessary to refund
state taxes on real estate sold or paid in error, and for overpayments on collectors' accounts, under laws governing such cases, to be paid out of the proper funds.
Twenty-third—The sum of not exceeding six thousand dollars per annum, for the pay and expenses of the state board of equalization.
Twenty-fourth—To the board of public charities the sum of two thousand dollars per annum, or so much thereot as may be necessary, to pay clerk hire and secretary, and the sum of three thousand dollars per annum, or so much there. of as may be necessary, to pay all other expenses of said board, to be paid on bills of particulars approved by the governor.
Twenty-fifth-The sum of eight hundred dollars per annum, for salary of the custodian of public field notes and surveys, also two hundred dollars per annuro, for office ex. penses of said custodian, to be paid on bills certitied to him and approved by the governor.
Twenty-sixth-There is hereby appropriated, to defray penses of the the incidental and contingent expenses of the supreme
court, to-wit: for stationery, postage, fuel, lights, repairs, furniture, express, books, blanks, janitor and other expenses as may be deemed necessary by the court, the following
sums per annum: Northern grand To the northern grand division, the sum of two thousand
dollars. Central grand To the central grand division, the sum of fifteen hundred
dollars. Southern grand To the southern grand division, the sum of fifteen hun
Board of public charities.
Custodian of field notes and surveys.
dred dollars. The same to be drawn out of the state treasury from moneya not otherwise appropriated, upon warrants