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§ 57. The commission may from time to time and as may be required for the conservation of the mussel resources of the State, prescribe areas in any part of the State from which mussels shall not be taken for such a period as may be specified by the commission, but no such period shall exceed five (5) years nor shall more than one-half (%) of the mussel producing waters of the State bé closed at the same time. It shall be unlawful to take, catch or kill mussels for commercial purposes in waters so closed. All orders of the commission affecting mussels shall be published once in a newspaper of general circulation, published within each county containing or having on its boundary waters affected by such order. If there be no newspaper in such county, then the publication shall be made in like manner and for a like period in a county nearest to such waters wherein a newspaper is being published. All such orders shall take effect at the time fixed therein, but not less than thirty days after the publication thereof. The commission may extend the time within which such order shall take effect. Any person, firm or corporation who shall violate the provisions of this section in taking, catching or killing mussels for commercial purposes in any waters of this State which have been declared closed areas by the commission shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of one hundred (100) dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail not less than sixty days. § 58. On or before the 30th day of November of the year in which any license was issued, the holder thereof shall make a written report to the commission on blanks furnished by the commission, stating the total weight of mussels taken, caught or killed under such license, the names and locations of waters from which the mussels were taken and the amount received for shells sold. Upon failure to make such report, the commission shall not issue another license to such person, firm or corporation to take, catch or kill mussels until such report shall be made. All moneys received under the provisions of this section shall at the end of each month be paid into the State treasury. The commission shall enforce the law relating to mussels and for the purpose of carrying into effect said law the commission, wardens and their deputies are authorized and empowered, without warrant, to arrest any one violating any of the provisions of this section, and to seize mussels and devices adapted to taking, catching, or killing mussels, and to inspect and examine mussels in any warehouse, boat, store, car, conveyance vehicle, basket or other receptacle, when they have good cause to believe that any of the provisions of the law relating to mussels has been violated, except when it is necessary forcibly to enter a dwelling house. Any court having jurisdiction of the offense, upon receiving proof of probable cause for believing that mussels illegally taken, caught, killed or had in possession are concealed, shall issue a search warrant and cause a search of the alleged place of concealment to be made. The confiscation and sale of mussels by the commission, wardens or deputies shall proceed in the manner provided by law for the sale of confiscated game. The terms hereinafter enumerated and as used in this Act shall be taken to mean as follows:
(1) “Mussels” shall mean and embrace the pearly fresh water mussel, or clam, or Naiad, and the shell thereof. (2) “Crowfoot bar” shall mean a bar of any material bearing a series of hooks designed to catch or adapted for catching mussels by the insertion of such hooks between the shells of mussels. (3) “Dredge” shall mean any implement of capture which is adapted for dragging the bottom of waters and is operated with or without the aid of mechanical power, except the crowfoot bar. (4) “Commercial purposes” shall mean and be presumed to include the taking, catching or killing of any mussels and having in possession of mussels, unless the contrary is proven. § 59a. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to prevent the issuing of certificates granting to persons the right to breed and sell game birds and game animals for propagation and scientific purposes, or to breed and raise fur-bearing animals for their fur or for propagation purposes. Such certificates may be granted by the commission to any person of the age of twenty-one years and upwards. In order to obtain such certificates the applicant for the same must pay to the said commission a license fee of two dollars ($2), and must file with said commission a properly executed bond in the sum of five hundred dollars ($500), signed by two responsible citizens of the State as sureties. This bond shall be forfeited to the State and the certificate become void upon proof that the holder of such certificate has sold any game bird or game animal for any purpose other than for propagation or scientific purposes, or, in case of a certificate granting the right to breed and raise fur-bearing animals for their fur and for propagation purposes, that the holder thereof has killed any such fur-bearing animals during the closed season therefor. The certificate authorized by the provision of this section shall expire on the first day of June following date of issue, and shall not be transferable. § 2. Section 20 of an Act entitled “An Act for the conservation of game, wild fowl, birds, and fish in the State of Illinois, for the appointment of a commission and staff for the enforcement thereof, and to repeal certain Acts relating thereto,” approved June 23, 1913, in force July 1, 1913, be and the same is hereby repealed, and an Act entitled “An Act to regulate and fix the time of killing fur-bearing animals,” approved June 4, 1907, in force July 1, 1907, be and the same is hereby in all respects repealed. APPROVED June 24th, 1915.
ADMINISTRATORS AND EXECUTORS AS GUARNISHEES. § 1. Amends section 1, Act of 1872. § 1. As amended, adds paragraphs providing administrators and executors may be garnished—no assignment by, an heir, etc., of his share shall defeat the garnishment unless reduced to writing and filed before the tervice of process of garnishinent.
(House BILL No. 737. APPRoved JUNE 25, 1915.)
AN ACT to amend an Act entitled, “An Act in regard to garnishment,” approved March 9, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, as subsequently amended by amending section one (1) thereof. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That an Act entitled, “An Act in regard to garnishment,” approved March 9, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, as subsequently amended be and the same is hereby amended by amending section one (1) thereof so that the said section when amended shall read as follows: § 1. That whenever a judgment shall be rendered by any court of record, or any justice of the peace in this State, and an execution against the defendant in such judgment shall be returned by the proper officer “no property found,” on the affidavit, of the plaintiff, or other credible person, being filed with the clerk of such court or justice of the peace; that said defendant has no property within the knowledge of such affiant, in his possession, liable to execution, and that such affiant hath just reason to believe that any other person is indebted to such defendant, or hath any effects or estate of such defendant in his possession, custody or charge, it shall be lawful for such clerk or justice of the peace to issue a summons against the person supposed to be indebted to, or supposed to have any of the effects or estate of the said defendant, commanding him to appear before said court or justice, as a garnishee; and said court or justice of the peace shall examine and proceed against such garnishee or garnishees, in the same manner as is required by law against garnishees in original attachments. It shall be lawful to summon administrators and executors as garnishees, and they may be garnished with respect to any moneys, goods, chattels, lands, tenements or other estates belonging to any devisee or legatee under any will, or belonging to any heir or distributee of any estate; but no final judgment shall be rendered against such administrator or executor until after an order of distribution has been made by the county court of which his letters testamentary or of administration issued. No assignment, transfer or other disposition by an heir, legatee or devisee, of his distributive share, legacy or devise in the hands of any administrator or executor shall operate to defeat the garnishment of the same unless the said assignment, transfer or other disposition is reduced to writing and filed in the office of the county court out of which such letters testamentary or of administration were issued before the service of process of garnishment upon such administrator or executor. APPROVED June 25th, 1915.
COMPENSATION OF MEMBERS. § 1. Amends section 1, Act of 1908, as amended in § 1a. Repeal. 1909.
§ 1. As amended, fixes salary of mem-
(House BILL No. 386. Approv Ed July 3, 1915.)
AN ACT to amend section 1 of an Act to provide for and fia: the compensation of the members of the General Assembly of the State of Illinois, approved December 6, 1907, in force July 1, 1908, as said section 1 was amended by Act approved and in force February 8, 1909, and to add a section known as “11”. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That section 1 of “An Act to provide for the compensation of the members of the General Assembly in the State of Illinois, approved December 6, 1907, in force July 1, 1908,” as said section was amended by Act approved and in force February 8, 1909, be, and the same hereby is amended so as to read as follows: § 1. That the members of the General Assembly elected in the year 1916 and hereafter elected, shall receive for the period for which members of the House of Representatives of the General Assembly are elected, the sum of three thousand five hundred ($3,500.00) dollars, payable during the first regular session of the General Assembly, held after the general election for members of the House of Representatives and ten cents per mile for each mile necessarily traveled in going to and returning from the seat of government at each session, to be computed by the Auditor of Public Accounts, and also fifty ($50.00) dollars per session for each member which shall be in full for stationery, newspapers, postage and all other incidental expenses. § 1a. All parts of Acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. APPROVED July 3d, 1915.
HOUSE OF CORRECTION.
PENSION FUND–EMPLOYEES, ACT OF 1911 REVISED.
§ 1. How House of Correction employees fund $ 9. Retirement from service after 20 years— may be created. ... notice etc.
$ 2. Term employee includes whom—withdrawal $ 10. Contributor, for , 3... years—retirement on —dismissal or resignation—who may be- account of disability.
come contributor. § 11. Certificate of disability. § 12. Marriage after retirement—no benefit to § 4. Board of trustees of pension fund—election widow—increase to annuitants under —body politic to administer sund. former Act—child defined.
$ 5. Board of trustees two ex officio and three $ 13. Amounts deducted certified monthly to elective members—terms. treasurer.
§ 3. City treasurer custodian—bond.
$ 6. When elective member ceases to be in em- $ 14. Exempt from attachment or garnishment— ploy of board—vacancies how filled—pow- may not assign. ers and duties—retirement of contributor. - § 15. Penalty for obstructing enforcement of Act$ 8. To whom annuity paid. repeal.
(SENATE BILL No. 195. APPRoved JUNE 29, 1915.)
AN ACT, to amend an Act, entitled, “An Act to provide for the setting apart, formation and disbursement of a House of Correction Employees' Pension Fund in cities having a population earceeding 150,000 inhabitants,” approved and in force July 1st, 1911. w SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That an Act, entitled, “An Act to provide for the formation and disbursement of a House of Correction Employees’ Fund, in cities having a population exceeding 150,000 inhabitants,” approved June 10, 1911, and in force July 1, 1911, be amended as follows: [$ 1.] That the board of inspectors of the various houses of correction, organized under an Act of General Assembly of the State of Illinois, entitled, “An Act to establish houses of correction and authorized the confinement of convicted persons therein,” approved April 25th, 1871, and maintained thereunder in cities having a population exceeding 150,000 inhabitants, shall have power, and it shall be its duty to create a House of Correction Employees’ Pension Fund, which shall consist of two (2) per cent of the salary or wages of the employees, deducted in equal monthly installments from such salaries or wages at the regular time or times of the payment thereof, and three (3) per cent of the gross earnings of the house of correction and three (3) per cent of the fines and costs collected for violation of city ordinances where the persons convicted of such violations have been incarcerated in the house of correction for the non-payment of such fines and costs both of which last two mentioned payments shall be for a period of three years, beginning with the year 1915. § 2. The term “employee” under this Act, shall include all persons in the employ of any such house of correction under and by virtue of an Act entitled, “An Act to regulate civil service of cities,” approved and in force March 20th, 1895, and for those who were appointed prior to the passage of such Act and who were in the service of such house of correction July 1st, 1911: Provided, however, that the provisions of this Act shall not apply to temporary or probationary employees, nor to those defined as “sixty-day employees” nor to any employee —30 L