In force Jan. [January] 27, 1841.
An ACT to repeal "An act to incorporate the town of Juliet, and define its boundaries."1
Sec. [Section]1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the act, entitled "An act to incorporate the town of Juliet, and define its boundaries," approved, March first, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, shall be, and the same is hereby repealed.
Trustees shall settle acc’ts[accounts].
Sec. 2. The present board of trustees of the said town are authorized to settle all the accounts, debts or demands, either in favor of or against the corporation of the said town of Juliet; and for this purpose, and no other, they shall be capable of suing and being sued, as under the provisions of the act which is hereby repealed.
Approved, January 27, 1841.
1Richard Murphy introduced HB 18 in the House of Representatives on December 11, 1840. The House passed the bill on December 14. On December 28, the Senate tabled the bill. The Senate passed the bill on January 14, 1841. The Council of Revision approved the bill on January 27 and the act became law.
Illinois House Journal. 1840. 12th G. A., 103, 106, 113, 115, 229, 275, 284, 290; Illinois Senate Journal. 1840. 12th G. A., 78, 87, 102, 120, 150, 155, 163.
Printed Document, 1 page(s), Laws of the State of Illinois, Passed by the Twelfth General Assembly (Springfield, IL: William Walters, 1841), 317, GA Session 12-2,