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ceived by the executors or administrators, apply-
ing for such order, and shall be considered as as- Proceeds of sales
sets in their hands for the payment of dehts: but made assets.
where the whole real estate is ordered to be sold,
the monies arising therefrom shall be brought into
court; and if the same, after deducting all charges of the estate does
and expenses, shall not be sufficient to

pay
all the

not yield a sufficidebts of the testator or intestate, the court, after

to pay the deducting as aforesaid, shall cause the same to be debis the circuit divided among the creditors in proportion to their court to divide it

the respective debts, without giving any preference to tors. bonds or other specialties: Provided always, that before said court shall make any such distribution, they shall cause such notice to all the creditors to be given, as under the circumstances of each case may be deemed proper: And provided also, that no part of the real estate of any testator or intestate, shall be ordered to be sold as aforesaid, unless the An inventory of executors or administrators shall have duly made the estate to be fil. and filed an inventory of the goods, chattels, and ed with the judge

of Probate. credits of such testator or intestate, with the judge of probates; nor unless the executors or administrators shall have applied the personal estate, or such part thereof as shall have come to their hands, towards the payment of the debts of the said testator or intestate: And provided also, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to prevent any Ex’rs, or Adm'ro. person from bringing or maintaining any suit or ac

may be sued for tion against any executor or administrator, for, or waste. in respect of, the personal estate of his or her testator or intestate, or for, or in respect of, any waste or misapplication thereof, by such executor or administrator.

Sec. 5. be it further enacted, That in all cases where a petition shall be presented by any executor or administrator for the sale of the whole or any part of the real estate of their testator or intestate, and one or more of the devisees or heirs of such testator or intestate shall be infants, the circuit court to whom the same may be presented, shall appoint some discreet and substantial house- Court may appoint holder, a guardian of such infant or infants, for the guardians to infants sole purpose of appearing for, and taking care of the interests of such infants in the proceedings therein.

Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That any person claiming to be aggrieved by any sentence, decree,

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Appeal allowed to or order of said circuit court, made in purstie the supreme court

ance of this act, may appeal from the same to the supreme court of this state: Provided, such appeal be entered during the term in which sucb sentence, decree, or order appealed from, shall be made

Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That in all cases where any testator or intestate, dies seized of any certificate or certificates to lands not cleared out of the office, and the estate of such deceased is not able to patent the same; it shall, and may be

TEwful for the administrator, executor, or legal reLands not cleared out of the office presentatives of such deceased, to sell or dispose

of such certificate or certificates in, such manner, as they may deem most advantageous to the heirs of such deceased person.

Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That so much of the act entitled, « an act for the sale of the real

estate of minors in certain cases, approved FeAge of 2de ale Febo bruary 2.1821," as authorises

the sale of real es1821, repealed

tate for the payment of the debts of any testator or intestate, be and the same is hereby repealed: Provided however, that all proceedings begua under said act, may proceed and be determined in the same manner, and be equally effectual, as if the part of said act, above referred te, had not been repealed. This act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

AN ACT relating to evidence in Courts of Justice,

APPROVED, January 28, 1823.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the people of the state of Nlinois represented in the general assembly, That

the official certificate of any register or receiver Receiver or Re- of any land-office of the United States, or either gister's certificate of them, to any fact, or matter on record in his or ah courts of justice their office or offices, shall be received in evidence

in any court of record in this state, and shall be competent evidence to prove the fact so certified. And the certificate of any such register of the en. try or purchase of any tract of land within his district, shall be deemed and taken to be evidence of title in the party who made such entry, or purchase, or his assignee, or legal representative, and shall

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enable such party,

his assignee, or legal represenmtative, to recover the possession of the land de

scribed in such certificate, in an action of eject

ment, or forcible entry and detainer, unless a better 15 legal and more paramount title be exhibited for

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That in all public offices and corporations where entrys and re- Certified copies of cords are made of their acts, votes and proceed- records of corpo ings, by some officer appointed for that purpose, dence. a copy thereof certified under the hand of such offic cer, and the seal of such office or corporation, (if there be any) shall be legal evidence; and if any such officer shall knowingly, make a false certificate, he shall be punishable in the same manner as if guilty of perjury. Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That an exem

Exemplifications plification by the secretary of this state, of the of the lawsof other laws of the other states, which have been, or shall states made exi•

dence. hereafter be transmitted, by order of the executives or legislatures of such other states, to the governor of this state, and by him deposited in the office of said secretary, shall be admissible in evidence in any court in this state.

Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the publie statutes of the several states of the United States, printed by authority thereof, shall be legal evidence, and the courts shall take notice of them judicially

Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That the record of

any conveyance relating to any lands or tenements within this state, and acknowledged or propen according to law, and which has been or shall be recorded, in the office of the recorder of the proper county in which the lands or tenements

Records of any were or shall be situated, at the time of the execu

conveyance or R tion of any conveyance for the same, or a copy of

copy of such resuch record, certified by any such recorder, shall cord madeevidence be evidence in any court of law or equity, in the same manner as the original conveyance would bey if produced and proven.

AN ACT for the Relief of William D. Noble

APPROVED, January 30, 1823.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the people of the state of Illinois represented in the general assembly, That the sheriff of St. Clair county be, and he is hereby authorised and required to release and discharge William D. Noble now confined in the jail of said county for the crime of forgery, and to set the said Noble at liberty.

AN ACT to divorce Samuel Atherton, senior, from

the bands of matrimony.

APPROVED, January 30, 1823. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the people of the state of Illinois represented in the general assembly, That the bands of matrimony existing between Samuel Atherton, senior, and Nancy Atherton, be and the same are hereby dissolved.

AN ACT extending the privileges of an act there

in recited to Charles Slade.

APPROVED, January 31, 1823.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the people of the state of Illinois represented in the general assembly, That the privileges granted to Thomas F. Herbert and Charles Slade, by an act entitled, “An act to authorise Thomas F. Herbert and Charles Slade to erect a mill-dam upon and across the Kaskaskia river,' approved March 23, 1819, be and they are hereby extended to Charles or his legal représentatives; provided, he or they avail themselves of its provisions, within four years from the passage of this act.

AN ACT to divorce Patsey Johnson from the bands

of matrimony.

APPROVED, January 31, 1823.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the people of the state of Mlinois represented in the general assembly, That Pat:ey Johnson, late of Johnson county, and now of White county, be, and she is hereby divorced Patse: Johnson

divorced. from the bands of matrimony with Obediah Johnson, her husband.

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the said Patsey, is hereby authorised and required to take charge and exclusive control of the children of her the said Patsey.

AN ACŤ for the relief of the Sheriff of Fayette.

county

APPROVED, January 31, 1829.

WHEREAS no compensation is allowed by law tò the sheriff of Fayette county for furnishing wood and fires, and attending on the supreme

court of the state of Illinois; Therefore,

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the people of the state of Ilinois represented in the general assembly, That Sheriff allowed 883 the sheriff of Fayette county, be, and he is hereby per day tor attend. allowed the sum of three dollars per day for each ing the cobrts of

justice. day that he may be employed in attending on said court, the same to be paid out of the state treasury.

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the clerk of the

supreme court, be, and he is hereby required, at the end of every such term of the supreme court, to certify under bis hand and seal the num- Clerk of the me ber of days the said court was in session, to the preme auditor of public accounts, whose duty it shall be give the sheriffa

certificate of his to issue his warrant on the treasurer for the amount attendance. so certified by the clerk, as aforesaid; and the treasurer is required to pay the same out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. This act to embrace services heretofore rendereda as well as services to be rendered,

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