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said Alonzo K. Vickers would have received had he lived during the remainder of his term of office. § 2. The Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrant upon the State Treasurer for the sum herein appropriated in favor of the said Leora E. Vickers. APPRoved May 13th, 1915.

RELIEF—WILLIAM VORIS, DEATH.
Preamble. § 1. Appropriates $3,500—how drawn.
(House BILL No. 248. APPRov ED JUNE 29, 1915.)

AN ACT for an appropriation for the relief of the family of William Voris, deceased. WHEREAs, William Voris while on duty as an employee in the State yards of the Illinois and Michigan canal, at Lockport, Will County, on May 23rd, 1914, in operating a circular saw received serious injuries as a result of which he died in the city of Joliet May 31, 1914, said injuries being the result of the dangerous and unsafe conditions of the implements that he was compelled to use in the performance of his duty in and about said Illinois and Michigan canal in the line of his work as an employee of the State of Illinois therefore, SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the sum of three thousand five hundred ($3,500.00) dollars is hereby appropriated out of any funds in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated for the purpose of paying the death loss on account of the death of William Voris killed by an unsafe circular saw under the control of the State of Illinois and while in the employment of the State through the trustees of the Illinois and Michigan canal and the Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby directed to draw his warrant on the State Treasurer in favor of the personal representative of the estate of William Voris, deceased, for the sum of three thousand five hundred ($3,500.00) dollars on the first day of July, A. D. 1915. The said sum to be paid out of any moneys in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated. APPROVED June 29th, 1915.

SECRETARY OF STATE–DEFICIENCY TO JULY 1, 1915. § 1. Appropriates $12,823.12 for certain purposes § 3. Emergency. § 2. How drawn.

(House Bill No. 256. Approved MAY 7, 1915.)

AN ACT making an appropriation to meet a deficiency in appropriations for the office of Secretary of State and to provide the necessary funds to carry on the business of the State until the first of July, 1915. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That for the purpose of meeting the deficiency in the appropriation and to provide the necessary funds to carry on the business of the State until July 1st, 1915, there be and is hereby appropriated to the Secretary of State the sum of twelve thou

sand, eight hundred and twenty-three dollars and twelve cents ($12,823.12), to wit: For postage, expressage, telegraphing, telephoning, telephone

tolls, and other incidental expenses of the office of the Secretary of State

....$2,000.00 For extra clerk hire in the Automobile department, the sum of 3,500.00 For the payment of all other incidental expenses, accrued and

to be accrued by the Secretary of State, in the care and custody of the State house and grounds, and other State property, and any improvements of same, and for the performance of such other duties as may be imposed upon him by law, the sum of.....

... 2,500.00 For the payment of volumes of the appellate court reports pur

chased from Callaghan & Company, under the provisions of an Act passed by the Forty-eighth General Assembly, and for which no appropriation has been made, including volumes to be purchased to July 1, 1915, the sum of......

3,800.00 For the payment of the balance due the Central Union Tele

phone Company for telephones and toll services for the Speaker of the House, Secretary of the Senate, Clerk of the House, President Pro Tem of the Senate, Law Secretary, and members of the Forty-eighth General Assembly, the sum of.. 1,023.12

§ 2. The Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrants upon the State Treasurer for the moneys herein appropriated upon presentation of vouchers certified to by the Secretary of State, out of moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.

$ 3. WHEREAS, the appropriation above recited is necessary to meet a deficiency, and to provide sufficient funds to carry on the business of the State until July first, 1915; therefore, an emergency exists, and this Act shall be in force and take effect from and after its passage.

APPROVED May 7th, 1915.

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. ADJUTANT

GENERAL-Clerk and other employees in office Memorial Hall, Arsenal and Camp Lincoln and incidentals, $14,869.17 per annum.

. CHARITIEs CoMMIssion—Employees,

incidentals, expenses, books, statistics State conferences, $11,270

er annum; printing and binding aws, $500.

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SUPREME Court—Books, reports, repairs, expenses, employees, steel filing cases, new iron pipe, $14,000 and $31,460 per annum.

SUPREME COURT REPORTER—Printing advance opinions of the court and for messenger, $1,920 per annuIll.

CLERK SUPREME COURT-Clerks, stenographer, reporter and incidentals, $1,050 and $9,000 per annum.

APPELLATE COURt-First District— Books and reports, rent, furniture incidentals, employees, $2,000 and $26,588 per annum.

APPELLATE COURT-Second District —Employees, incidentals, repairs, vault, etc., $7,711 and $5,200 per allilu II.1.

APPELLATE Court–Third District— Employees, incidentals, furnishings, $1,025 and $3,350 per annum.

APPELLATE Court—Fourth District —Employees, incidentals, books, etc., $5,480 per annum.

MUSEUM OF NATURAL HIStory— Employees, general expenses, specimens, cases, books, etc., $2,350 and $3,760 per annum.

CoMMISSIONER OF LABOR STATISi.o. special agents, incidental and other expenses, $675 and $10,740 per annum.

MINING BoARD–For employees and incidental expenses, furnishings, $300 and $11,730 per annum.

MINE INspectors–Actual expenses, $12,000 per annum.

MINERS EXAMINING BOARD-Traveling expenses, employees and typewriter, $1,300 and $4,345 per anIluna.

FREE EMPLOYMENT OFFICEs—EmF. rent, incidental expenses urniture; Chicago office, $1,150 and $17,995 per annum; Peoria office, $3,505 per annum; Springfield office $90 and $2,565 per annum; East St. Louis office, $560 and $2,927.90 per annum; Rockford office, $200 and $2,120 per annum; Rock Island and Moline office $100 and $3,126 per annum.

GENERAL AssFM BLY, 50TH–Committee expenses, $5,000.

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION.—ASsistant secretaries, clerks, stenographers, messengers, attorneys, engineers, investigators, statisticians, rate ...]". incidentals, contingent fund, etc., $94,360 and $252,820 per annum.

Grain Inspection Department—Assistant inspectors, samplers, helpers and other employees, transportation, incidentals, etc., $1,250 and $209,220 per annum.

STATE GOVERNMENT-ORDINARY AND CONTINGENT-Contirued. 5. LIVE STOCK COMMISSIONERS-Secre

59. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION-Secre tary, employees, inspectors, agents,

retary, examiners, stenographers, expenses, deficiency, damages for

investigators, supplies, etc., $36,515 slaughtered animals, etc., $27,133.32

per annum. and $37,760 per annum. Veterinary examiners: Per diem and

60. BOARD OF PRISON INDUSTRIES–Sal. expenses, $1,500 per annum.

aries and expenses, $4,200 per Biological laboratory: Buildings,

annum.
hogs, feed and supplies, $85,000;
salaries, $6,400 per annum.

61. GEOLOGICAL COMMISSION- Director,

geologists, employees, supplies, 46. INSURANCE SUPERINTENDENT-AC

printing and engraving, surveys, tuaries, clerks, examiners, and

etc., $3,115 and $11,690 per annum. other employees, publications, traveling expenses, furniture, inci

62. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-Interest on dentals, etc., $22,910 and $78,535

endowment funds, $65,000. per annum.

63. RIVERS AND LAKES COMMISSION47. LINCOLN HOMESTEAD-Custodian,

Secretary, employees, surveys, inrepairs, heat and light and inci

vestigations, prosecutions and ex. dentals, $2,500 per annum.

penses, $31,550 per annum. 48. LINCOLN MONUMENT-Custodian,

64. PARK COMMISSION-Starved Rock suel, incidentals, $200 and $3,600

Park: Superintendent, employees, per annum.

repairs, additional land, dikes and

embankments, $21,600 and $13,750 49. HISTORICAL LIBRARY-Employees,

per annum. purchase and care of books, ex

Shabonna Park Monument: Repairs penses Historical Society, histori.

and improvement of grounds, cal collections, $17,650 per annum.

$2,000 per annum. 50. LIBRARY EXTENSION COMMISSION

65. GAME AND FISH CONSERVATION COM. Employees, and expenses, $210 and

MISSION-Employees, fish propa$4,675 per annum.

gation, car, hatcheries, game pre

serves, warden's rent, and inci51. FACTORY INSPECTOR — Inspectors,

dentals, $38,000 and $84,780 per clerks, investigators, office rent,

annum.
traveling and incidental expenses,
$4,453 and $54,010 per annum.

66. BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION-Em

ployees, and general expenses, 52. BOARD OF PARDONS-Stenographer

$1,500 and $16,730 per annum. and incidental expenses, $2,400 per

Adult blind: Visitation and instrucannum.

tion, $605 and $7.425 per annum.

Visitation of children in family 53. NATURAL HISTORY LABORATORY

homes: Home visitors, employees Salaries and incidental expenses,

and expenses, $10,355 per annum. $10,000 per annum.

Deportation Department: Investi

gator and expenses, $3,700 per an54. STATE ENTOMOLOGIST-Salaries and

num.
general expenses, $23,500 per an-
num.

67. GRAND ARMY HALL AND MEMORIAL

ASSOCIATION-Custodians, repairs, 55. BOARD OF HEALTH-Executive of

records, etc., $3,500 per annum. fice: Salaries, sanitary inspection, gathering vital statistics, labora

68. BOARD OF ARBITRATION—Expenses, tory work, extra help, conducting

$3,000.
and rating examinations, per diem
of members, printing and inci-

69. EXAMINERS OF ARCHITECTS-Per dental expenses, $63,545 per an

diem of members, employees, exnum.

aminations, suits, etc., $2,156.55 For vaccine, sera and antitoxins

and $6,520 per annum.
for free distribution and general
expenses therewith, $2,600 and
$13,434 per annum.

70. DENTAL EXAMINERS-Secretary, per For expenses of enforcement of medi

diem of members, deficiencies and cal practice and embalmers Acts:

expenses, $2,152.28 and $7,975 per free treatments of rabies, labora

annum.
tory extension, prevention epidem-
ics, inspection of lodging houses,

71. INSPECTOR OF PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT incidentals, $1,770 and $43,690 per

AGENCIES-Employees, rent and annum.

incidental expenses, $5,200 and

$4,321 per annum. 56. Sanitary Engineering Bureau: Salaries and expenses, $1,400 and

72. BARBERS EXAMINERS-Salaries, em$10,150 per annum.

ployees, rent, expenses, $300 and

$ 15,350 per annum. 57. Food COMMISSIONER-Inspectors,

chemists, miscellaneous expenses,
$5,500 and $54,879 per annum.

73. INSPECTOR OF APIARIES--Salaries and

expenses, $2,000 per annum. 58. HIGHWAY COMMISSION -Engineers and assistants, inspectors, clerks,

74. BOARD OF PHARMACY--Per diem, stenographers, machinery and mis

employees, examinations, printing, cellaneous expenses, $5,000 and

rent, deficiency, etc., $1,050 and $195,000 per annum.

$20,255 per annum.

STATE GOVERNMENT-ORDINARY AND CONTINGENT-Concluded. 75. FIRE MARSHAL-Deputies, stenog.

91. MINERS AND MECHANICS INSTITUTES raphers, messenger, rent, incident

-Vetoed.
als, $69,906 per annum-payable
out of special funds.

92. STATE WATER SURVEY-Director,

employees, expenses, supplies, etc., 76. EXAMINERS OF REGISTERED NURSES

$14,500 and $14,000 per annum. -Per diem, secretary, incidental expenses, $300 and $5,580 per an

93. COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE HOME. num.

FINDING SOCIETIES- Expenses in

curred, $2,013.11.
77. MINE RESCUE STATION COMMISSION
-Instructors, cars, training ex-

94. SUNDRY CLAIMS Services, expenses, penses, equipment, incidentals,

personal injuries, etc., $11,453.92 to $31,625.00 per annum.

persons named. 78. STALLION REGISTRATION BOARD

95. HOME-FINDING SOCIETIES INVESTIEmployees, per diem, supplies and

GATION COMMITTEE-Expenses, expenses, $9,805 per annum.

$10,000. 79. LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU

96. LEGISLATIVE INSURANCE COMMITTEE Secretary, expenses and employees,

-Incidental expenses, deficiency, $31,000 per annum.

$2,400.50. 80. SUPERINTENDENT OF PRINTING-As

97. COMMISSION TO CODIFY BUILDING sistant superintendent, employees

LAWS-$3,000.
and expenses, $4,060 and $14,810
per annum.

98. INCORPORATED COUNTY SOIL AND

CROP IM PROVEMENT ASSOCIATIONS 81. FORT MASSAC TRUSTEES-Custodian,

-Vetoed.
improvements and expenses, $900
and $2,075 per annum.

99. EXAMINERS OF HORSESHOERS-Sec

retary, per diem and incidentals, 82. WATERWAY COMMISSION-Surveys,

$3,000 per annum.
engineering and office expe ises,
salaries of employees, $50,000.

100. CENSORS OF MOTION PICTURE FILMS

-Clerks, operators, special agents, 83. ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL COM

rent, machines, booths, etc., $2,350 MISSION-Surveys,, plats, maps,

and $ 19,200 per annum. dredging, repair of bridges, $38,000.

101. COMMISSIONERS OF SOUTHERN ILLI84. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS—Vetoed.

NOIS PENITENTIARY-Contingent

fund, $10,000. 85. Thomas Dolan, messenger, $180.

102. VOTING MACHINE INVESTIGATION 86. ART COMMISSION-Expenses, to carry

COMMISSION-Expense of filing of on work on Lincoln and Douglas

final report, $3,000. statues, $20,500 per annum.

103. BOARD OF OPTOMETRY--Per diem, 87. INDUSTRIAL BOARD-Secretary, ex

secretary and expenses, $5,250 per aminers, supervisor, statistician,

annum.
clerks, stenographers, arbitration
agents, rent, supplies and expenses,

104. BOARD OF EDUCATION, CHICAGO$26,830.30 and $50,084 per annum.

Education of deal and blind child

ren, excess cost, $50,500 per annum. 88. COMMISSION FOR THE UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION-Expenses, $1,000 per

105. FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE INVESTIannum.

GATION COMMISSION-Vetoed. 89. CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY COMMIS

106. PUBLIC UTILITIES INVESTIGATION SION-Expenses and commemora

COMMITTEE--Vetoed.
tive history, $10,000 and $8,500 per
annum.

§ 2. How drawn-certification of pay rolls-trav. Efficiency and Economy Commis

eling expenses and other bills--refusal of sion-Expense, $10,000—(Senate

warrants. Joint Resolution No. 40).

$ 3. Veto of items not to affect other items.
90. PENITENTIARY BUILDING COMMIS-

SION-New buildings, drainage sys-
tem, baths, stables, unexpended
balance, $350,838.16.

(HOUSE BILL No. 975. APPROVED JUNE 29, 1915.) An Act to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State

Government until the expiration of the fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session of the General Assembly.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the purposes hereinafter named, be, and are hereby, appropriated to meet the

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