A Bill for an Act to Repeal Laws Relative to the Permanent Location of the Seat of Government and Regarding Financing of the Construction of the Capitol Building.

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Sec. 1. Be enacted by the People of the state of Illinois represented in the General Assembly: That no money shall hereafter be drawn from the Treasury of the state for the purpose of erecting a State House, except such as may hereafter be paid into the said Treasury, by the citizens of Springfield, according to the provisions of a certain bond now on file in the Treasurer's office, executed by said citizens for the payment of fifty thousand dollars, to be applied to the erection of a State House, or otherwise

Sec. 2. All moneyes that have heretofore been drawn from the Treasury by the acting commissioner, for the purpose of erecting a State House at Springfield shall be refunded so soon as the first instalment of the bond above mentioned becomes due.


That so much of the act permanently to locate the seat of Government of the State of Illinois making an appropriation for building a state house in Springfield be and the same is hereby repealed.


A Bill for an act to repeal certain Laws relative to the permanent location of the seat of government of the State of Illinois approved Feb the 25th & March 3rd 1837 and for other purposes

To be engrossed
A. Lincoln