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An act compelling railroad companies in this State to build and maintain depots for the
comfort of passengers, and for the protection of shippers of freight. at towns and villages
on the line of their roads. In force July 1, 1877...

An act in relation to fencing and operating railroads. In force July 1, 1874....

An act relating to fires caused by locomotives. In force March 29, 1869..

An act to prevent frauds upon travelers and owner or owners of any railroad, steamboat or
other conveyance for the transportation of passengers. Ir force July 1, 1875....

An act for the protection of passengers on railroads. In force July 1, 1877..

An act regulating the receiving, transportation and delivery of grain by railroad corporations,
and defining the duties of such corporations with respect thereto. In force July 1,

1871.....

An act to prevent extortion and unjust discrimination in the rates charged for the transpor-
tation of passengers and freights on railroads in this State, and to punish the same, and
to prescribe a mode of procedure and rules of evidence in relation thereto, and to repeal
an act entited "An act to prevent unjust discrimination and extortion in the rates to be
charged by the different railroads in this state for the transportation of freights on said
railroads." In force July 1, 1873........

An act to protect contractors, sub-contractors, and laborers in their claims against railroad
companies, or corporations, contractors or sub-contractors. In force July 1, 1872.

An act to fund and provide for paying the railroad debts of counties, townships, cities and
towns. In force April 16,

An act to enable counties, cities, townships, school districts, and other municipal corpora-
tions to take up and cancel outstanding bonds and other evidences of indebtedness and
fund the same. In force March 26, 1872.....

An act to require state and county treasurers to deliver up bonds and coupons issued in aid
of railroad or other corporations, which have been paid, to any person or persons who
may be authorized by any county, town or city to receive the same. In force July 1, 1872.
An act to provide for the payment of the registered indebtedness of counties, townships,
cities and towns. In force July 1, 1874....

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An act to amend an act entitled "An act to limit and determine the time for which counties,
cities, townships, towns and precincts in this state shall be liable and holden to issue aid
for the building of any railroad in pursuance of any vote taken in conformity to the laws
of this state." In force July 1, 1877.......
An act to amend an act entitled "An act relating to county and city debts, and to provide for
the payment thereof by taxation in such counties and cities," approved February 13,
1865, and to amend the title thereof. Approved and in force April 27, 1877....

An aet to provide for the incorporation of cities and villages. In force July 1, 1872...
An act in relation to the collection of taxes and special assessments. In force May 2, 1873......
An act to compel the trustees of the lands granted to the Illinois Central Railroad Company
to execute their trust. In force July 1, 1873

An act in relation to the mode of proving title to the lands granted to the Illinois Central
Railroad Company. In force July 1, 1872..

Act of Congress in relation to the Illinois Central Railroad. September 20, 1850..

An act to regulate public warehouses and the warehousing and inspection of grain, and to
give effect to article 13 of the constitution of this state. In force July 1, 1871...

An act to establish a board of railroad and warehouse commissioners, and prescribe their
powers and duties. In force July 1, 1871...

An act for the assessment of property and for the levy and collection of taxes. In force
July 1, 1872..

An act to provide for the assessment and taxation of bridges across navigable waters on the
borders of this state. In force May 1, 1873..

An act in regard to the assessment of property and the levy and collection of taxes by incor-
porated cities in this state. In force July 1, 1873...

An act to amend section 36 of an act entitled "An act to revise the law in relation to criminal
jurisprudence." In force July 1, 1877.....

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to revise the law in relation to criminal jurispru-
dence." In force July 1, 1877.....

An act to revise the law in relation to criminal jurisprudence. In force July 1, 1874.
*An act to amend an act entitled "An act to prevent the importation of Texas or Cherokee cat-
tle into the State of Illinois." In force April 16, 1869...

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An act to amend an act entitled "An act to regulate public warehouses and the warehousing
and inspection of grain, and to give effect to article thirteen of the constitution of the
state, approved April 25, 1871, in force July 1, 1871, and to establish a committee of appeal
and prescribe their duties. In force July 1, 1873...

An act to authorize incorporated cities, towns or villages in this state situated upon the..
banks of navigable rivers, to lease parts of their public landings or levees. In force July
1, 1874....

*An act to prohibit any person from obstructing the regular operation and conduct of the busi-
ness of railroad companies or other corporations, firms or individuals. In force July 1, 1877
*An act to prevent frauds in the coloring of grain. In force July 1, 1877......

*Arranged in Chapter VII, Criminal Code.

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An act to provide for the election and qualification of justices of the peace and constables.
and to provide for the jurisdiction and practice of justices of the peace, in civil cases and
to fix the duties of constables, and to repeal certain acts therein named. In force July 1,
1872.....

An act to amend sections two and four of an act entitled "An act in regard to practice in
courts of record." In force July 1, 1877..

An act in regard to gateways, roads and bridges in counties not under township organization.
In force April 18, 1873...

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An act giving the assent of the State of Illinois to the construction of bridges across navigable
rivers in this State, and upon the boundaries thereof. In force July 1, 1872..

An act to provide for the sale of unredeemed property by common carriers, warehousemen
and inn-keepers. In force July 1, 1874.....

An act to empower township trustees to sell and convey right of way and depot grounds for
the use of railroads crossing school lands. In force July 1, 1875..
An act to revise the law in relation to plats. In force July 1, 1874

An act to fix the liability of common carriers receiving property for transportation. In force
July 1, 1874...

An act to revise the law in relation to State contracts. In force July 1, 1874.

An act to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State government until
the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session
of the general assembly, and for the purpose of suspending the salaries of the state house
commissioners from July 1st, A. D. 1877, until provision is made for funds to complete the
state house building. In force July 1. 1877.....

APPENDIX.

Rules established by the board of railroad and warehouse commissioners for the govern-
ment of the inspection department...

Rules establishing a proper number and standard of grades for the inspection of grain..

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT DECISIONS:--

Ira Y. Munn vs. People State of Illinois..

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company vs. Iowa...........
Peik vs. Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company...

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For Railroad and Warehouse Commission-
ers, 124, 19.

What paid out of Illinois Central fund, 124,
$ 19.
APPENDIX.

CHIEF INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR.
Rules for government of, p 3.
GRAIN.

Rules for grading, p 7.

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT DECISIONS,
Munn and Scott vs. People of the State of
Illinois, p 10.

C., B. and Q. R. R. Co. vs. Iowa, p 25.
Peik vs. C. and N W. R'y Co., p 27.

C., M. and St. P. B. R. Co, vs. Ackley, p 29.
W. and St. P. R. R. Co. vs. Blake, p 30.
Stone vs. Wisconsin, p 30.

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BADGE.

Railroad employes to wear, 45, § 80.
BAGGAGE.

Checks for, 45, § 77.
Smashing of, 45. § 78.
Injury to. 114, § 24.
BRIDGES.

Railroads may connect at, 34, § 36.
Capital stock to be listed, 99, § 14.
Border, how assessed, 107, § 46.
Sale of, for taxes, 107, § 47.
Across navigable streams, 121, § 8,
BOOKS.

Obscene, circulation of, 115, § 27.
Obscene, depositing with common carrier,

116, § 28.
BURGLARY.

Punishment for, 108, 1.

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CATTLE.

Texas, or Cherokee, when not to be brought
in State, 116, § 31.

Ownership of, when unlawful, 116, § 32.
Penalties for possession of, 117. § 33.

Joint and several liability for possession and
transportation of, 117, 34.

Loss or injury from, when not a defense, 117.
$35.

Meaning of-evidence, 118, § 36.
CHARTERS.

Special limit for, 8, 26.
CONSOLIDATIONS.

When prohibited, 9 § 10.
CORPORATIONS.

Meetings of stockholders, 12, 8 1.

Changes of organization to be filed, 14, 15.
Not stock companies, application of act to,
14, § 6.

Changes of name, etc., not to affect suits, 14,
$ 7.

Notice of desire to consolidate, 14, § 8.
Consolidated, liable for debt, 14, § 9.
Papers, records, etc., how proved, 14, 2 10.
Form of certificate of papers, etc., 14, § 11.
Not to plead ursury, 15, 12.

Stock shares subject to execution, 15, § 13.
Copy of to be kept with officers of, 15, § 14.
And citizens, rate of interest between, 16, § 19.
May change from even to odd number of di-
rectors, 16. 2 20.

Special meetings of, how called, 16, § 21.
Manner of voting by, 16, 22.

Certificate of vote to be filed, 17. § 23.
Quo warranto, when may issue against, 17,
8 24.

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Duties of, 55, § 109.

To schedule rates, 55, § 110.

To fix compensation of Chief Inspector, 81,
$13.

To appoint Registrar, 81, § 13.

To establish grades of grain, 87, § 28.

To appoint committee of appeals, 87, § 29.
To fix inspection fees, 88, § 32.

Appointment of-term of office, 89, § 1.
Qualifications of, 89. § 2.
Oath and bond of, 89, § 3.
Compensation and expenses of, 90. § 4.
May appoint Secretary, 90, § 4.
Right to pass on trains, 90, § 5.
Railroads must report to, 90, § 6.
What must railroads report, 90, § 6.
May ask additional questions, 92, § 7.
May require statement from warehousemen,
92, § 9,

Must report to governor, 92, § 10.
To examine railroads, 92, § 11,

May cancel warehouse license, 93, § 12,
May examine books of railroads and ware-
houses, 93, § 13.

May examine witnesses, 93, § 14.
Penalty against witnesses refusing to answer,
94, 15.

Penalty against railroads refusing to report to,
94, § 16.

Suits of-how prosecuted, 94, § 17 and 18.
CROSSINGS, Railroad, sign boards at, 40, § 52.
Bell and whistle at, 40, § 53.

Approaches at, 41, § 56.
Neglect to make, 41, § 57.

Authorities may construct when Company
neglect, 41, § 58.

Company to pay, 41, § 59.
Draw bridge, 41, § 60.

Penalty for violating preceding clause, 41,

§ 61.

Not to obstruct, 42, § 62.
CONDUCTORS-

Have police powers, 48, § 94.
May eject passengers, 49, § 95.
May arrest passengers, 49, § 96.
Must wear badge, 45, § 80.

CONTRACTORS.

Lien against railroads, 56, § 113.
Sub, lien of, 57. § 114.
Notice of close of lien, 57, § 115.
Manner of notice, 57, § 116.
Suit and transcript, 57, § 117.
Attorneys fees taxed as costs, 58, § 118.
Failure of original, 58, § 119.
Limitation of time, 58, § 120.
COMMON CARRIER.

Negligence of, 110, § 6.

Receiving obscene books, 116, § 28.

Common law liability, 123, § 14.

COUNTY CLERKS.

To keep book for taxable railroad property,
102. § 28.

To return abstract of assessed property to
Auditor, 105, § 38.

To extend taxes, 105, § 40.

Extend tax against railroad property, 106, § 42.
Rates of addition or deduction extended, 106,
$ 43.
COUNTIES.

Bonds of, in aid of railroads, p 58 to 71.
CITIES.

Municipal bonds in aid of railroad, p 58 to 71.
To regulate speed of trains through, 44, § 72.
Railroads to provide flagmen, 46, § 84.

Power of councils with reference to railroads,
71, § 151.

May lease landings for warehouses, 88, § 33.
Assessment of taxes in, 108, § 48.

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DEPOTS,

Union, 35, § 38 to § 43.

Built and maintained, 38, § 45.
Penalty for failure to build, 38, § 46.
Time of stop at stations, 44, § 73.
DISCRIMINATION.

Unjust prevented, 10, § 14.
Forbiden by Union Depot Co's., 37, § 43.
By railroads prohibited, 52, § 104.
Evidence of, 52. § 105.
Penalties for, 54, § 106.

Fine for, how recovered, 54, § 107.
Damage recovered for, 55, § 108.
Evidence--fines-practice, 56, § 111.
Corporation defined, 56, § 112.
Warehousemen not to make, 82, § 14.
DAMAGE.

Private property-compensation, 7, § 1.
DIRECTORS.

Majority must be in the State, 9, § 10.

Not less than five nor more than eleven, 12,

$ 1.

Change from even to odd number, 16, § 20.
Powers of, 25, § 8.

How classified, 25, § 8.

How may call meetings, 26, § 9.

To make annual statements, 26, § 10.
Election of, 26, § 11.

To elect officers, 27, § 12,
Report to auditor, 31, § 24.
Cumulative voting for, 31, § 26.
Debts, how created, 33, § 31.
Notice of meetings, 33, § 32.
Union depot, 37, § 42.

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EXECUTION.

Rolling stock liable to, 9, § 9; 30, § 21.
Stock shares subject to, 15, § 13.

Copy of, to be lert, 15, § 14.

Sale of stock shares, 15, § 15.

Number of shares certified on executive sale,
15, 16.

EXECUTION-Continued.

Purchaser of stock under, entitled to certifi-
cate, 15, § 17.

When entitled to dividends, 15, § 18.
EMINENT DOMAIN. P. 19. Chap. 2.
To be held inviolate, 9, § 13.

Compensation for private property taken, 19,
$ 1.

Manner of proceeding, 19, § 2.

Petition, when may be presented, 20, § 3.

Service of summons, 20, § 4.

Causes heard in vacation, 20, § 5.

Clerk of court, duty of-jury, 20, § 6.
Impanneling jury, 21, § 7.
Oath of jury, 21, § 8.
View of premises-verdict,
Judgment-payment, 21, § 10.
Appeal, 22, § 12.

21, § 9.

Cross petition, 21, § 11.
Use of premises-bond, 22, § 13.
Payment may be made to county treasurer,

22, § 14.

Judgment entered, 22, § 15.
Repealing clause, 22, § 16.

Lands of State institutions, how taken. 22,

$17.

Title to real estate, 28, § 18.

Material for construction, 28, § 19.
ENGINEER-

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GRAIN-Continued.

Cars to be placed convenient for unloading,
85, § 20.

Commissioners to establish grade of, 87, § 28.
Committee of appeals on, 87, § 29.
Notice of appeal, 87, § 30.

Inspection fees, lien thereon, 88, § 32.
Gambling in, 113, § 18.

Coloring of, 119, § 41.

Colored, not to be on sale, 119, § 42.
Coloring, penalty for, 119, § 43.
Coloring, how fines collected, 119, § 44.

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INTRODUCTORY.-Note 4.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Contracts of to remain intact, 11, § 22.
7 per cent. gross income, 72, § 152.
Lands taxable, 72, § 153,

Lands, trustees of, 73, § 154.

Lands to be annually offered for sale, 73, § 155.
Lands, notice of sale, 74, § 156.

Lands, how offered for sale, 74, § 157.
Lands, conveyance of-taxes, 74, § 158.
Lands, sale compelled, 74, § 159.
Lands, tract list evidence, 75, § 160.
Trustees, evidence of, 75, § 161.
Right of way, 75, § 162.

Land grant, 75, § 163.

Lands reserved, 76. § 164.

Lands, how disposed of, 76, § 165.

Road to be completed in ten years, 76, § 166.

Rates of transportation to U. S., 77, § 167.

Statute applies to Alabama and Mississippi,

77, § 168.

Lands when taxabl

104, § 35.
Abstracts of land sold, 107, § 45.
INSPECTOR, CHIEF.

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