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If a majority of the voters voting on such question vote in favor of the proposition the county board shall at once issue the bonds and take the necessary steps to construct or improve the State aid roads provided for. This section shall not be construed to repeal any other law on the subject of issuing county bonds, except in so far as such other law is in direct conflict herewith.

APPROVED June 28th, 1915.

STATE AID ROADS—TOTAL MILEAGE.

§ 1. Amends section 11, Act of 1913. § 1. Total mileage of such highways— exception.

(SENATE Bill No. 547. Approved JUNE 25, 1915.)

AN ACT to amend section eleven (11), of an Act entitled, “An Act to revise the law in relation to roads and bridges,” approved June 27, 1913, in force July 1, 1913. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That section eleven (11) of an Act entitled, “An Act to revise the law in relation to roads and bridges,” approved June 27, 1913, in force July 1, 1913, be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: § 11. Such highways shall not include any portion of a public highway within the corporate limits of any city or village, except as in section 9 of this Act provided; nor shall the total mileage of such highway in any county exceed, in counties of the first class, more than fifteen per centum of the total public road mileage of that county, nor exceed twenty per centum of the public road mileage in counties of the second class, and shall not exceed twenty-five per centum of the public road mileage in counties of the third class. By public roads it is understood to mean all public roads within the State except those within the limits of such incorporated cities and villages as are by section 9 of this Act excluded; the public road mileage of the counties to be that as determined and published by the State highway commission. APPROVED June 25th, 1915.

STATE AID ROADS—TYPE OF ROAD.

§ 1. Amends sections 9 and 32, Act of 1913. $ 32. Repair and maintenance of State aid roads—board may purchase $ 9. State aid authorized—type of road— machinery.

selection, by county board—part
lying within city.

(House Bill No. 575. Approv ED JUNE 29, 1915.)

AN ACT to amend an Act entitled, “An Act to revise the law in relation to roads and bridges,” approved June 27, 1913, in force July 1, 1913, by amending sections 9 and 32 thereof. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That sections 9 and 32 of an Act entitled, “An Act to revise the law in relation to roads and bridges,” approved June 27, 1913, in force July 1, 1913, be and the same are hereby amended so as to read as follows: § 9. STATE AID AUTHORIZED.] Public highways, or sections thereof, including bridges therein, may be laid out, improved, or constructed at the joint expense of the State and any county within the State as hereinafter provided. In such case the State shall contribute one-half of the expense thereof, and the county or counties through which the said highway or portion thereof passes shall contribute the remaining one-half. Such highways hereinafter known as “State Aid Roads,” may be laid out, constructed or improved in the manner hereinafter directed: The board of supervisors or county commissioners of any county shall, by a majority vote of the entire board of supervisors or county commissioners, in regular or special session, specify the type of road to be constructed under the provision of this Act in their respective counties, which decision shall be final and not subject to change by the State Highway Commission, whether of permanent earth improvement (including surface or sub-surface drainage, grading, leveling, and crowning), gravel, macadam, concrete, concrete and macadam combined, or brick, and the respective boards of supervisors or county commissioners shall have the authority to specify any one of the herein designated types of roads: Provided, the final decision as to type of road to be builded under the provisions of this Act in any county shall not be made until the board of supervisors or county commissioners shall have secured from the State Highway Commission detailed estimates of the cost in their respective counties of the several herein specified types of roads and the estimates furnished by the State Highway Commission shall be published for two consecutive issues once each week in two newspapers having the largest circulation in the county. In case the board of supervisors or county commissioners of any county are unable to agree or do not desire to exercise the privilege and power herein conferred upon them as to designating the type of road to be builded and shall so notify the State Highway Commission, then it shall be the duty of the State Highway Commission to specify the type of road to be builded and the decision of the State Highway Commission shall have the same force and finality as if made by the board of supervisors or county commissioners. When a certain type of proposed road is specified by the board of supervisors or county commissioners or by the State Highway Commission by and with the consent of the board of supervisors or county commissioners such type shall be adhered to throughout the entire length of such road; that is, from one main objective or connecting point to another within the county: Provided, nothing herein contained shall prohibit the State and county jointly, at any future time, rebuilding and changing, under the provisions of this Act, an earth, gravel, or macadam type of road to any other more permanent type herein specified: Provided, further, that when a gravel or macadam road is constructed the county shall pay one-half the cost of such maintenance: And, provided, further, that when an earth road is constructed the county shall pay the entire cost of maintenance. Provided, however, that no road or part thereof lying within the corporate limits of any city or village situate within any county of the first or second class, or any city or village having a population exceeding twenty thousand (20,000) inhabitants by the last preceding Federal census situate within any county of the third class, shall be improved or constructed with State aid: And, provided, that a road or part thereof lying within the corporate limits of any city or village having a populain of twenty thousand (20,000) inhabitants or less, ascertained as resaid, situate within any county of the third class, may be improved constructed with State aid, to connect or complete, by the most direct ite, a State aid road already improved or constructed or being im»ved or constructed to the corporate limits of such city or village. § 32. REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE of STATE AID ROADS.] Whenever y State aid road shall be constructed or improved in any county under > provisions of this Act, the State Highway Commission, either di3tly or through the State Highway Engineer, the assistant State ighway Engineer or the county superintendent of highways, shall ereafter keep all such roads in proper repair, and the total cost of ch maintenance shall be paid out of the State road and bridge funds on the warrant of the Auditor, whenever such payment shall be dered by the State Highway Commission. For the purpose of keeping ch roads in proper repair, the State Highway Commission shall have 1thority to purchase all necessary tools, machinery, supplies and mateals, and may employ, or authorize the State Highway Engineer to mploy, all labor necessary therefor. (A) For the purpose of improving, repairing and maintaining the roposed system of State aid roads in the respective counties under the rovisions of this Act, and for the purpose of assisting the townships nd road districts in improving, repairing and maintaining township nd district roads, the board of supervisors or county commissioners in We respective counties are hereby authorized to purchase machinery and uppropriate the necessary funds for carrying on such work and such Yoards of supervisors or county commissioners are further authorized o lease said machinery to the townships or road districts within the respective counties for the work of improving, repairing, and maintaining the roads in their respective townships and road districts. APPROVED June 29th, 1915.

TAX FOR CONSTRUCTION OF HARD ROADS.

§ 1. Amends sections 108, 115 and 122, Act of 1913. § 115. Surveys, estimates—maps, etc. § 108. Petition for road—notice—election— § 122. Construction of road—material—oil vote—type of road—rate percent. treat earth roads.

(House Bill No. 240. Approv Ed JUNE 25, 1915.)

AN ACT to amend an Act entitled, “An Act to revise the law in relation to roads and bridges,” approved June 27, 1913, in force July 1, 1913, by amending sections 108, 115, and 122, 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 revise the law in relation to roads and bridges,” approved June 27, 1913, in force July 1, 1913, be and the same is hereby amended by amending section 108, section 115 and section 122 thereof, i. that the said sections when amended shall read as inserted at length ereln: § 108. PETITION For Road—Not ICE—ELECTION.—voTE—RATE PER CENT.] On the petition of twenty-five per cent of the land owners who are legal voters of any township to the town clerk thereof, in counties under township organization or road districts in counties not under township organization, to the district clerk, he shall, when giving notice of the time and place for holding the next annual town meeting or road district election, also give notice that a vote will be taken at said election or meeting for or against an annual tax not to exceed one dollar on each one hundred dollars assessed valuation of all the taxable property, including railroads in the township or road district, for the purpose of constructing and maintaining gravel, rock, macadam or other hard roads, or for improving and maintaining dirt or earth roads to be graded, drained, dragged or oil treated, applying either to roads to be constructed or repaired by the township or road district. Said petition shall state the location and route of the proposed road or roads, and shall also state the annual rate per cent not exceeding one dollar on each one hundred dollars, and the number of years not exceeding five, for which said tax shall be levied. If in any such petition a special election shall be requested for such purposes it shall be called in the manner provided for calling special elections in section 112 of this Act. § 115. SURVEYs, EstLMATEs, ETC.] Whenever it shall be voted to construct gravel, rock, macadam or other hard roads or to improve dirt or earth roads and to oil treat the same or to oil treat roads in any township or district it shall be the duty of the county superintendent of highways of the county in which said township so voting is located to at once survey (or cause to be surveyed) the route of the road thus to be improved and to prepare suitable maps, plans, specifications, and estimates of the cost of the proposed improvement. The county superintendent of highways shall divide the same into convenient sections, each of which shall be numbered. The county superintendent of highways, upon the completion of said maps, plans, specifications and estimates, shall file one copy of the same with the town or district clerk of the township wherein the proposed road is to be constructed and one copy with the commissioners of highways of said township, and in case of State aid road construction or improvement the county superintendent of highways shall also file copies of such maps, plans, specifications and estimates with the State Highway Commissioners. § 122. CoNSTRUCTION of RoAD–MATERIAL.] The commissioners and the county superintendent of highways may, in their discretion, cause the road to be constructed wholly of earth, and by a thorough system of tile and other drainage, when gravel, stone and other suitable hard materials can not be obtained at a cost within the means in the hands of the commissioners or oil treat earth roads. APPROVED June 25th, 1915.

SALES.

UNIFORM SALES ACT.
PART I. $ 5. Existing and future goods.

Formation of the Contract. 6. Undivided shares.

§ 1. Contracts to sell and sales. 7. Destruction of goods sold.

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§ § . Capacity—liabilities for necessaries. $ 8. Destruction of goods contracted to be sold. $ 9. Definition and ascertainment of price. §

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3. Form of contract or sale.
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. Statute of frauds. 10. Sale at a valuation.

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UNIFORM SALES ACT-Continued.

11. Effect of conditions. 12. Definition of express warranty. 13. Implied warranties of title. 14. Implied warranty in sale by description. } \5. Implied warranties of quality.

§ 16. Implied warranties in sale by sample.

PART II. ransfer of Property as Between Seller and Buyer.

§ 17. No property passes until goods are ascertained.

§ 18. Property in specific goods passes when

parties so intend. § 19. $ 20.

Rules for ascertaining intention.

Reservation of right of possession or prop-
erty when goods are shipped.

$ 21. § 22. § 23. $ 24. § 25.

Sales by auction.

Risk of loss.
Sale by a person not the owner.
Sale by one having a voidable title.
solo seller in possession of goods already

§ 26. Creditors’ rights against sold goods in
seller's possession.

$ 27. Definition of negotiable document of title.

§ 28. Negotiation of negotiable documents by

delivery.

$ 29. Negotiation of negotiable documents by indorsements.

$ 30. Negotiable documents of title marked

“Not negotiable.”

§ 31. Transfer of non-negotiable documents.

§ 32. Who may negotiate a document.
§ 33. Rights of persons to whom document has
been negotiated.
$ 34. Rights of person to whom document has
been transferred.
§ 35. Transfer of negotiable document without

indorsement.
$ 36. Warranties on sale of document.
$ 37. Indorser not a guarantor.

$ 38. When negotiation not impaired by sraud, mistake or duress.

$39. Attachment or levy upon goods for which a negotiable document has been issued.

$ 40. Creditors' remedies to reach negotiable documents.

PART III. . Performance of the Contract. $ 41. Seller, must deliver and buyer accept goods. $ 42. Delivery and payment are concurrent conditions. $ 43. Place, time and manner of delivery. § 44. Delivery of wrong quantity. § 45. Delivery in installment. $ 46. Delivery to a carrier on behalf of the buyer. § 47. Right to examine the goods. § 48. What constitutes acceptance. $ 49. Aosance does not bar action for dam§ 50. Buyer is not bound to return goods wrongly delivered. § 51. Buyers liability for failure to accept delivery. PART IV. Rights of Unpaid Seller Against the Goods. § 52. Definition of unpaid seller. $ 53. Remedies of an unpaid seller. § 54. When right of lien may be exercised. § 55. Lien after part delivery. $ 56. When lien is lost. § 57. Seller may stop goods on buyers insolvency.

$ 58. When goods are in transit. $ 59. Ways of exercising the right to stop. § 60. When and how resale may be made.

§ 61. Who and how the seller may rescind the Sale.

$ 62. Effect of sale of goods subject to lien or stoppage in transitu.

PART V.

Action for Breach of the Contract.

§ 63. Action for the price.

§ 64. Action for damages for non-acceptance of the goods.

§ 65. When seller may rescind contract or sale. $ 66. Action for converting or detaining goods. § 67. Action for sailing to deliver goods. § 68. Specific performance. $ 69. Remedies for breach of warranty.

§ 70. Interest and special damages.

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