Catalog Record: Annotated statutes of the state of Illinois, in force January 1, 1913; embracing the revision of 1874, and all general statutes enacted since such revision, so far as in force, with digested notes of decisions construing or illustrating their provisions by the courts of Illinois and of the United States, and historical notes comparing the present statutes with previous legislation | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Annotated statutes of the state of Illinois, in force January 1, 1913; embracing the revision of 1874, and all general statutes enacted since such revision, so far as in force, with digested notes of decisions construing or illustrating their provisions by the courts of Illinois and of the United States, and historical notes comparing the present statutes with previous legislation; ed. by Walter Clyde Jones and Keene H. Addington

Corporate Author: Illinois
Related Names: Addington, Keene H. 1874-1922, Jones, Walter Clyde 1870-
Language(s): English
Published: Chicago, Callaghan and Company, 1913
Subjects: Law > Illinois
Note: Paged continuously
Physical Description: 6 v. 26 cm
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