(705 ILCS 105/26)
(from Ch. 25, par. 26)
The judgment docket shall have an alphabetical index kept by the
clerk, both direct and indirect - the direct memorandum in the index shall show
the name of the claimant, the name of the estate, and the page upon which
the claim will be found; the indirect memorandum in the index shall merely
be the name of the estate, opposite which shall be set down the various
pages upon which judgments are entered, either against or for the estate.
This section is subject to the provisions of "The Local Records Act",
approved August 18, 1961, as amended.
(Source: P.A. 83-346.)