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In section 1, paragraph seventy-four, line 11, item: “$4,500 per annum,” I approve in the sum of $3,000 per annum and veto and withhold my approval of all of the sum in said item in excess of said sumn of $3,000 per annum. Insection 1, paragraph seventy-eight, lines 1 and 2, item: “for secretary, $1,000 per annum,” I approve in the sum of $1 o: annum and veto and withhold my approval of all of the sum in said item in excess of said sum of $100 per annum. In section 1, paragraph seventy-nine, lines 2 and 3, I veto the item: “for counsel, legal services and bill drasters, during session of General Assembly, the sum of $10,000.” In section 1, paragraph §. lines 1, 2 and 3, I veto the item: “for the expenses of the Joint Committee on the University of linois, as provided for under House Joint Resolution No. 25, of the Forty-ninth General Assemb y, the sum of four thousand dollars ($4,000.00).” I veto this appropriation for the reason that the resolution failed of passage in the Senate. - In section 1, paragraph eighty-seven, line 8, after the figures “$24,000” item: “per annum,” I disapprove of the words “per annum” leaving the item to read: “for fees of arbitration, agents, medical examiners, attorney and extra help as needed, $24,000.” . In section 1; paragraph eighty-nine, lines 7, 8 and 9, item: “for the expenses of the commission appointed under the provisions of Senate Joint Resolution No. 40, of the Forty-ninth General Assembly, the sum of thirty-five thousand dollars, ($35,000.00), " I approve in the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) and yeto and withhold my approval of all of the sum in said item in excess of said sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00). In section 1, paragraph ninety-one, lines 1 to 7 inclusive, I veto the items: “for directors, $4,000 per annum; for three instructors at $1,800 each per annum, $5,400 per annum; for stenographer, $600 per annum; for nine instructors at $175 per annum each (part time) § per annum; for postage, printing and stationery, $350 per annum; for typewriters, furniture and education equipment, $650 per annum; for telegraph and telephone, $90 per annum; for freight and express, $75 per annum; for traveling expenses director and instructors, $3,000 per annum.” In section 1, paragraph ninety-two, line 4, after the word “each” item: “per annum” and after the figures “$4,000,” item: “per annum,” I disapprove of the words and items “per annum” whenever they #on this line, leaving the item to read: ‘‘sor four laboratory or engineering assistants at $1,000 each,

In section 1, paragraph ninety-two, line 10, after the figures “$4,000” item: “per annum,” I disapprove of the words “per annum” leaving the item to read: “for telegraphing, telephoning, expressage, postage, the purchase of surniture, typewriter, office supplies, printing, engraving and the necessary printing paper and stationery, $4,000.’

In section 1, paragraph ninety-two, line 13, after the figures “$1,500” item: “per annum,” I disap

roye of the words “per annum” leaving the item to read: “for equipment of quarters in new chemistry uilding with book-cases, chemical balances, blast lamps, steam baths, incubators, refrigerators, auto

claves and other equipment, $1,500.”

In section 1, paragraph ninety-eight, lines 1 to 8 inclusive, I veto the item: “to the Incorporated County, Soil and Crop Improvement Associations, incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois as provided for by an Act making an appropriation for the salary of an agricultural advisor for Incorporated Soil and Crop Improvement Associations, or like associations with like purposes in the State of Illinois; in force July 1, 1915, the sum of $30,000 per annum: Provided, that not more than $1,200 per annum shall be paid to any one County Soil Improvement Association in any one county of this State.”

In section 1, paragraph one hundred five, lines 1, 2 and 3, I veto the item: “for the expenses of the commission appointed under the provisions of Senate Joint Resolution No. 35, the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00),” I veto this item for the reason that in my judgment it is a matter that should be undertaken by the Federal Government, but is undertaken by the State, should be under the direction of the Agricultural Department of the University of Illinois, which is 'o. for such an investigation.

In section 1, paragraph one hundred six, lines 1, 2 and 3, I veto the item: “for the expenses of the commission appointed under the provisions of House Joint Resolution No. 100, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00).”

In section 1, paragraph forty-ninth, line 6, I veto the item: “for special editor at Urbana, $1,750 per annurn.

In section 1, paragraph forty-ninth, line 7, I veto the item: “for stenographer at Urbana, $1,200 per annum.” In section 1, paragraph forty-ninth, lines 7 and 8, I veto the item: “for historical clerk at Urbana, $800 per annum.

Respectsully submitted,
E. F. DUNNE, Governor.

BANKS.

SIMILAR NAMES PROHIBITED. § 1. Amends section 2 of Act of 1887. § 2. Submission of Act to vote.

§ 2. As amended, provides that no permit
to organize shall be issued to more
than one association having the
same name or a similar name.

(House BIll No. 127. Approved JUNE 24, 1915.)

AN ACT to amend “An Act concerning corporations with banking powers,” approved June 16, 1887, and submitted to the vote of the people at November election, 1888, and adopted. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois represented in the General Assembly: That section 2, of “An Act con—16 L

cerning corporation with banking powers,” approved June 16, 1887, and submitted to the vote of the people at November election, 1888, and adopted, be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

§ 2. When any association of persons desire to avail themselves of the provisions of this act, they may apply to the Auditor for permission to organize, stating their place of business, the amount of capital and name under which they desire to organize, and the time for which such association shall continue, which statement shall be under their hands and seals, and acknowledged before some officer authorized by law to acknowledge deeds; and the Auditor shall issue to them a permit to organize. But no permit shall be issued to more than one association having the same or a similar name or having the name of the location of the bank or any surname in the same relative position so as to make such name similar; and all persons or associations formed under this Act shall have their capital stock divided into shares of one hundred dollars each.

§ 2. It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State for this State to submit this Act to a vote of the people for their ratification, according to article XI, section 5, of the Constitution of this State, at the next general election, and the question shall be “for amendment of the general banking law” or “against amendment of the general banking law.” And if approved by a majority of the votes cast at such election for or against such law, the Governor shall thereupon issue his proclamation that this Act is then in force.

APPROVED June 24th, 1915.

CEMETERIES.

RECORD OF BURIAL PLACES OF SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. § 1. coate of burial to be filed with county $ 3. Collection of data—filing of certificate fee. Clerk.

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AN ACT to provide for the making of a record of the burial places of soldiers and sailors. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That every person, firm or corporation owning or controlling any cemetery or burial place in this State shall by itself, his or its, superintendent or agent file with the county clerk of the county in which the body cf any person who has served in the military or naval services of the United States is buried a certificate stating the name of such person, the military or naval service in which he was engaged, the number of the regiment and company, if a soldier, and of the command if a sailor or marine; the rank and period of service with the name and location of the cemetery and the location of the grave in such cemetery. § 2. The county clerk of each county shall furnish upon application, blank forms indicating the form and contents of the certificate to be filed by the cemetery owner as provided in section one (1) hereof, and when said certificates are filed shall make and preserve a permanent record thereof properly indexed and conveniently arranged for ready reference. For filing and recording such certificate, the county clerk may charge a fee of twenty-five (25) cents to be paid by the person, firm or corporation owning or controlling the cemetery.

§ 3. For the purpose of locating the burial place of persons who have served in the military or naval services of the United States and who are now dead, the Womens’ Relief Corps through its chapters or branches in the State of Illinois, under the direction of the central or main branch, in the State of Illinois is authorized, without expense to the State to collect the required data and prepare and file with the county clerk certificates embodying the information, provided for in section one hereof: Provided, that more than one name may be included in a single certificate and if convenient the names of all the soldiers and sailors buried in a single cemetery or the entire county may be included in a single certificate.

For filing and recording certificates so prepared the county clerk may charge a fee of twenty-five (25) cents for a single certificate and not to exceed fifty (50) cents per folio for certificates containing more than one name and more than one folio.

APPROVED June 25th, 1915.

CHARITIES.

AID TO MOTHERS AND CHILDREN–ACT OF 1913 AMENDED. § 1. Amends sections 2, 10 and 11, Act of 1913, § 11. As amended, enumerates condiand adds sections 12a and 18a. tions upon which relief may be granted and when it shall not be § 2. As amended, §: who may file granted. application for relief. § 12a. When mothers not citizens of United $ 10. As amended, provides court may fix States—when relief granted. allowance not to exceed $60 per month to any mother. § 18a. Title amended.

(House BILL No. 10. APPRoved JUNE 28, 1915.)

AN ACT to amend an Act entitled, “An Act to provide for the partial support of mothers whose husbands are dead or have become permanently incapacitated for work by reason of physical or mental infirmity, or whose husbands have deserted, when such mothers have children under fourteen years of age, and are citizens of the United States of America and residents of the county in which application for relief is made. And, also, to provide for the probationary visitation, care and supervision of the family for whose benefit such support is provided,” approved June 30, 1913, in force July 1, 1913, by amending sections two (2), ten (10) and eleven (11) thereof, and by adding two new sections to be known as section 12a and section 18d, which amends the title thereof. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That an Act to amend an Act entitled, “an Act to provide for the partial support of mothers whose husbands are dead or have become permanently incapacitated for work by reason of physical or mental infirmity, when such mothers have children under fourteen years of age, and are citizens of the United

State of America and residents of the county in which application for relief is made. And, also, to provide for the probationary visitation, care and supervision of the family for whose benefit such support is provided,” approved June 30, 1913, in force July 1, 1913, be and the same is hereby amended by amending sections two (2), ten (10) and eleven (11) thereof, and by adding two new sections to be known as section 12a and section 18a, which amends the title thereof; said sections and title when amended shall read as inserted at length herein: § 2. A woman whose husband is dead or whose husband has become permanently incapacitated for work by reason of physical or mental infirmity, may file an application for relief under this Act, provided such woman has [had] a previous residence for three years in the county where such application is made and is the mother of a child or children. § 10. The allowance made to such mother shall not exceed fifteen dollars per month when such mother has but one child under the age of fourteen years; and if she has more than one child under such age, the allowance to such mother may be such an amount as the court shall deem sufficient under the particular circumstances of the case: Provided, that in no event shall the relief granted to any one mother and children exceed the sum of ten dollars per month for each additional child[:] Provided further that in no case shall the allowance made to any mother exceed the sum of sixty dollars per month. § 11. Such relief shall be granted by the court only upon the following conditions: (1) The child or children for whose benefit the relief is granted must be living with the mother of such child or children; (2) the court must find that it is for the welfare of such child or children to remain at home with the mother; (3) the relief shall be granted only when in the absence of such relief the .mother would be required to work regularly away from her home and children or when in the absence of such relief it would be necessary to commit such child or children to a dependent institution and when by means of such relief she will be able to remain at home with her children, except that she may be absent for work a definite number of days each week to be specified in the court’s order, when such work can be done by her without the sacrifice of health or the neglect of home and children; (4) such mother must, in the judgment of the court, be a proper person, physically, mentally and morally fit, to have the care and custody of her children; (5) the relief granted shall, in the judgment of the court, be necessary to save the child or children from neglect; (6) a mother shall not receive such relief who is the owner of real property or personal property other than the household goods; (7) a mother shall not receive such relief who has not resided in the county where the application is made at least three years next before making such application; (8) a mother shall not receive such relief if her child or children has or have relatives of sufficient ability, and who shall be obligated by the finding and judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction, to support them. § 12a. No mother who is not a citizen of the United States can receive relief under the provisions of this Act unless such mother has filed application for citizenship papers or has made her declaration of intention to become a citizen of the United States, when in such case or cases such mother may be granted relief under the provisions of this Act for each of her children as were born in the United States of America and are under the age of fourteen years.

§ 18a. That the title of the above entitled Act be and same is hereby amended so as to read as follows, to-wit:

An Act to provide for the partial support of mothers whose husbands are dead or have become permanently incapacitated for work by reason of physical or mental infirmity when such mothers have children under fourteen years of age, and are residents of the county in which application for relief is made; and, also, to provide for the probationary visitation, care and supervision of the family for whose benefit such support is provided.

APPROVED June 28th, 1915.

CARE AND DETENTION OF FEEBLE MINDED.

§ 1. Words construed. § 15. Communication with friends—leave of absence. § 2. How feeble minded sent to public institutions. § 16. Sudden or mysterious death—inquest.

§ 3. Who may petition court—what petition to $ 17. Offenses under Act—penalty. contain—endorsements—against whom

process shall issue. § 18. Payment of costs of proceedings—sees. ; 4 Summons—when returnable—publication $ 19. When feeble minded person or guardian to when defendants can not be found—de- pay costs. - $ 20. Detention of dependent or delinquentfeeble $ 5. Warrant—detention pending hearing. minded children. $ 5. Continuation of hearing—examination by § 21. Feeble minded convicted of crime—suspsychologist—interrogatories. o of sentence pending hearing on petition.

i 7. Hearing by commission selected by court— evidence—report and recommendations. § 22. Removal from feeble minded institution to insane hospital, etc # 8 Report may be set aside or overruled—fur

ther evidence. § 23. Discharge from institution—clothing and money to be surnished. $ 9. Decree of court—guardian. $ 24. Escape of feeble minded—duty of superin$ 10. Powers of guardian. tendent. § 11. Removal, resignation or death of guardian— $ 25. Court to keep separate docket of proceedorder of commitment of feeble minded ings. person. § 26. Record by Board of Administration. § 12. y of order to superintendent of institution—superintendent to receive. § 27. Validity of Act. § 13. Warrant for conveyance—who shall serve. § 28. Repeal.

i 14. Petition for discharge of feeble minded person—hearing—when dischargeor variation of order may be made.

(House BIll No. 655. APPROVED JUNE 24, 1915.)

AN ACT to better provide for the care and detention of feeble-minded persons.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: The words “feeble-minded person” in this Act shall be construed to mean any person afflicted with mental defectiveness from birth or from any early age, so pronounced that he is incapable of managing himself and his affairs, or of being taught to do so, and requires supervision, control and care for his own welfare, or for the welfare of others, or for the welfare of the com

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