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in the county jail located in the county where the conviction is secured, until such fine is paid, not exceeding thirty days for each conviction. $ 16.

The first statement to the Auditor of Public Accounts, as required under the provisions of section 9 of this act, shall be made on or before the first day of September, A. D. 1883, and shall embrace all the facts required by the provisions of this act, from the date of organization up to the thirty-first day of December, A. D. 1882. Any corporation, association or society failing or refusing to make the statement required by this section within the time specified, shall be proceeded against in the same manner and shall be subject to the same penalty as provided in section 12 of this act.

$ 17. Any corporation, association or society organized under the laws of any other State or government, except secret societies having subordinate lodges or councils, and which are now permitted to do business in this State for the purpose of furnishing life, accident or permanent disability indemnity upon the assessment plan, where benefits are paid to such as have an insurable interest only, or that is carrying on the business of life or accident insurance on the assessment plan, as provided in section 1, complying with the provisions of this act, shall be licensed by the Auditor of Public Accounts, upon the payment to him of a fee of $25, to do business in this State, provided such corporation, association or society shall first deposit with the said Auditor a certified copy of its charter or articles of incorporation, a copy of its statement of business for the preceding year, sworn to by its president and secretary, or like officers, showing a detailed account of expenses and income, the amount of life indemnity in force, its assets and liabilities in detail, number of members, and a certificate sworn to by the president and secretary, or like officers, setting forth that an ordinary assessment upon its members is sufficient to pay its maximum certificate of membership to the full limit named therein; a certificate from the State official charged with the enforcement of the insurance laws, or, if there be no such official, a certificate from the AttorneyGeneral of its home State, certifying that corporations, associations or societies furnishing life indemnity on the assessment plan, and whose ordinary assessments are sufficient to pay its maximum certificate in full, and are chartered under the laws of this State, are legally entitled to do business in its home State; a copy of its policy or certificate of membership, application and by-laws, which must show that death losses are in the main provided for by assessments upon the surviving members; and it shall legally designate a person or agent residing in this State, to receive service of process for said corporation, or in default of such designation, service of process may be made upon the Auditor of Public Accounts of Illinois, who shall be deemed its agent for that purpose, and he shall immediately notify any corporation thus served. The license herein provided for shall be revoked by the Auditor of Public Accounts whenever, upon investigation, he is satisfied that such corporation is not paying or able to pay the maximum amount named in its certificates or policies in full. When any such license is revoked, the Auditor shall give notice thereof by mail to the president and secretary of the corporation, and publish a notice thereof

newspaper of general circulation published in the city of Springfield, and no new business shall be thereafter done by it or its agents in this State. When the laws or the rulings of the insurance officials of any other State or country shall impose any obligation upon any such corporation of this State or its agents, the like obligation shall be imposed on similar corporations and their agents of such State or country doing business in this State.

$ 18. Such corporations, associations or societies shall pay to the said Auditor, upon filing each annual statement, a fee of $10; and in the avent of its failure to make such statement on on or before the first day of March of each year, the Auditor shall revoke its license, and thereafter, or until such statement is made, it shall be deemed to be doing business unlawfully in this State. When the Auditor of Public Accounts shall have reason to doubt the solvency of any foreign corporation, association or society acting under the provisions of this act, and when he is not fully satistied with the certificate of the insurance commissioner, or other like officer, he may proceed to make an examination as provided in this act for the examination of corporations organized in this State; and should he find that it has made fraudulent or untrue statements, or that it is conducting its business in an irregular and illegal manner, or if he shall be of the opinion that any such corporation is in this State conducting its business fraudulently, or is not in good faith carrying out its contracts with its members in this State, he shall report the same to the Attorney General, who shall thereupon commence proceedings, by writ of quo warranto, against such corporation or association, requiring it to show cause why its license to do business in this State should not be revoked. And any such foreign corporation or association now doing business in this State, that shall refuse or neglect to comply with the provisions of this act within the space of ninety days after passage thereof, shall be deemed to be doing business unlawfully; and if any officer, agent or employé of any such corporation or association shall do business in this State, or assist in, or knowingly permit the same, unless such corporation or association has complied with the provisions of the laws of this State applicable to the same, he shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than $50 nor more than $1,000, or be imprisoned in the county jail pot less than thirty days nor more than one year, or both, in the discretion of the court.

§ 19. All laws or parts of laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed.

APPROVED June 16, 1887.

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JUDGMENTS AND EXECUTIONS.

IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT.

66

§ 1. Amends section 65, act of 1872, by providing that no person shall be imprisoned for a

longer period than six months. An Act to amend section sixty-five of an act entitled "An act in regard

to judgments and decrees, and the manner of enforcing the same by exécution, and to provide for the redemption of real estate sold under execution or decree,approved March 22, 1972, in force July 1, 1872.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That section sixty-five of an act entitled "An act in regard to judgments and decrees, and the manner of enforcing the same by execution, and to provide for the redemption of real estate sold under execution or decree," approved March 22, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

“Section 65. When a debtor shall be arrested by virtue of an execution against his body he shall be conveyed to the county jail of the county of the officer who made the arrest, and kept in safe custody until he shall satisfy the execution or be discharged according to law. Immediately upon the arrest of the defendant the officer making the same shall give notice thereof to the plaintiff, his agent or attorney, if in the county: Provided, that no person heretofore or hereafter imprisoned under the provisions of this act, shall be imprisoned for a longer period than six months from the date of arrest. And all persons imprisoned under the provisions of this act for the period of one or more years at the time this act takes effect shall thereupon be immediately discharged: Provided, however, that no person shall be released from imprisonment under this act who neglects or refuses to schedule in manner and form as provided by 'An act concerning insolvent debtors,' approved April 10, 1872, in force July 1, 1872.'

APPROVED June 17, 1887.

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PERSONAL PROPERTY.

§ 1. Amends section 40, act of 1872, by adding the proviso. An Act to amend section 40 of an act entitled "An act in regard to

judgments and decrees, and the manner of enforcing the same by execution, and to provide for the redemption of real estate sold under execution or decree," approved March 22, 1872, in force July 1, 1872.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That section 40 of an act entitled "An act in. regard to judgments and decrees, and the manner of

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enforcing the same by execution, and to provide for the redemption of real estate sold under execution or decree,” be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

“Section 40. All goods and chattels, real and personal, may be taken and sold on execution, except as otherwise provided by law : Provided, that when any officer shall levy an execution on live stock, or other personal property, and the same shall not be immediately replevied or restored to the debtor, such officer shall provide sufficient sustenance for the support of such live stock, and shall provide for the proper care and storage of such personal property, until the same shall be replevied, sold or discharged from such execution; said officer shall receive a reasonable compensation therefor to he ascertained and determined by the court out of which the writ issued, or any judge thereof in vacation, to be advanced to him from time to time by the plaintiff in the execution, and the amount of such compensation shall be collectable as a part of the costs in the case.

APPROVED June 16, 1887.

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JURY COMMISSIONERS.

APPOINTMENT.

§ 1. Petition for appointment; submitted

to vote in the county ; in case of
favorable result at such election, ap-
pointment; term of office; oath of

office; bond; renewal for cause.
§ 2. Board shall prepare list of jurors.
$ 3. Duties of the board; assistants and

clerks; deputy commissioners.

§ 4. Selection of grand and petit juries.
$ 5. Grand jury; name3 checked off jury

list.
$ 6. Compensation of commissioners, de-

puties, clerks; office expenses, etc.

An Act entitleil an act to authorize judges of courts of record to appoint

jury commissioners and prescribing their powers and duties. Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That upon the petition of not less than one thousand electors of any county in this State, praying for the appointment of a jury commission for such county, the judges of the several courts of record of such county, or a majority of them, may in their discretion, cause the question of the appointment of such commission to be submitted to the vote of the electors of said county, on Tuesday after the first Monday of November, A. D. 1887, on not less than thirty days notice, prescribing the form of ballot, and the place and time of such election and stating the object thereof; said election to be conducted, returned and canvassed in the same manner and by the same officers prescribed by law in cases of general elections in such county; and if it shall

appear that a majority of the votes cast upon this question at such election is in favor of a jury commission in such county, then the said judges, or a majority of them, may choose three competent and discreet electors who shall not be by law excempt or disqualified from serving as jurors, and who shall be known as jury commissioners. Of the first three so chosen, one shall hold his office for one year, one for two years and one for three years, to be determined by lot, and every year thereafter one such officer shall be so chosen for the term of three years. Each of said commissioners before entering upon the duties of his office shall take and subscribe to an oath of office before one of said judges, and shall execute a bond to the People of the State of Illinois, in such sum and with such sureties as shall be required by such judge, and be by him approved, conditioned for the faithful discharge of his duties as such commissioner during his term of office. The majority of the judges of such county may remove either of such commissioners, assigning reasons therefor.

$ 2. The said commissioners, upon entering upon the duties of their office, and each year thereafter, shall prepare a list of all electors between the ages of twenty-one and sixty years, and possessing the necessary legal qualifications for jury duty, to be known as the jury list. The name of each person on said list shall be entered in a book or books to be kept for that purpose, and opposite said name shall be entered the age of said person, his occupation, if any, his place of residence, giving street and number, if any, whether or not he is a householder, residing with his family, and whether or not he is a freeholder.

$ 3. The said commissioners are empowered to provide a suitable room or rooms in which to transact their business, and with the approval of the judges or a majority of the same, to appoint a clerk and the requisite number of assistants. The clerk, if there be one, shall be on duty at the room or rooms of said commissioners each day during the sessions of the court; if there be no clerk, then one, at least, of said commissioners shall, in like manner, be present, if so ordered by the court. The said commissioners shall have power, with the approval of the judge or judges, to appoint a competent elector in each or any voting precinct or district, who shall be known as deputy jury commissioners, and whose duty it shall be to furnish said jury commissioners, from time to time, as required, a list of the qualified electors residing in said voting precinct or district, and such other information as may be required by said jury commissioners.

§ 4. The said jury commissioners shall, from time to time, select from said jury list the requisite number of names, which shall each be written on a separate ticket, with the age, place of residence and occupation of each, if known, the whole to be put into a box to be kept for that purpose and to be known as the jury box. In like manner they shall select the necessary number of names from said jury list and from among those who are freeholders and householders residing with their families, whose names shall each be written on a separate ticket, with the age, place of residence and occupation of each, if known, and put the whole into another box to be

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