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IN THE DEPARTMENT OF REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION :
Assistant Director of Registration and Education;
Superintendent of Registration;

The Normal School Board, which shall consist of nine officers, together with the Director of the Department and the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

The above named officers, and each of them, shall, except as othersise provided in this Act, be under the direction, supervision and control of the Director of their respective departments, and shall perform such duties as such Director shall prescribe.

$ 9. The executive and administrative officers whose offices are created by this Act, shall receive annual salaries, payable in equal monthly installments, as follows:

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE:
The Director of Finance shall receive seven thousand dollars;

The Assistant Director of Finance shall receive forty-two hundred Jullars;

The Administrative Auditor shall receive forty-eight hundred dollars:

The Superintendent of Budget shall receive three thousand six hundred dollars;

The Superintendent of Department Reports shall receive thirty-six hundred dollars ;

The Statistican [Statistician] shall receive four thousand dollars; Each Tax Commissioner shall receive six thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE: The Director of Agriculture shall receive six thousand dollars; The Assistant Director of Agriculture shall receive thirty-six hun

dred dollars;

hundred dollars;

hundred dollars;

The General Manager of the State Fair shall receive thirty-six The Superintendent of Foods and Dairies shall receive forty-eight The Superintendent of Animal Industry shall receive thirty-six

The Superintendent of Plant Industry shall receive thirty-six hun

hundred dollars;

dred dollars;

The Chief Veterinarian shall receive forty-two hundred dollars; The Chief Game and Fish Warden shall receive three thousand six

hundred dollars;

Each Food Standard Officer shall receive four hundred and fifty dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR:
The Director of Labor shall receive five thousand dollars;
The Assistant Director of Labor shall receive three thousand dollars;

The Chief Factory Inspector shall receive three thousand dollars;

The Superintendent of Free Employment Offices shall receive three thousand dollars ;

The Chief Inspector of Private Employment Agencies shall receive three thousand dollars ;

Each Industrial Officer shall receive five thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERALS: The Director of Mines and Minerals shall receive five thousand dollars;

The Assistant Director of Mines and Minerals shall receive three thousand dollars;

Each Mine Officer shall receive five hundred dollars;

Each Miners' Examining Officer shall receive one thousand eight hundred dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND BUILDINGS:

The Director of Public Works and Buildings shall receive seven thousand dollars;

The Assistant Director of Public Works and Buildings shall receive four thousand dollars;

The Superintendent of Highways shall receive five thousand dollars;

The Chief Highway Engineer shall receive five thousand dollars;
The Supervising Architect shall receive four thousand dollars;
The Supervising Engineer shall receive four thousand dollars;

The Superintendent of Waterways shall receive five thousand dollars;

The Superintendent of Printing shall receive five thousand dollars;

The Superintendent of Purchases and Supplies shall receive five thousand dollars;

The Superintendent of Parks shall receive twenty-five hundred dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE: The Director of Public Welfare shall receive seven thousand dollars;

The Assistant Director of Public Welfare shall receive four thousand dollars;

The Alienist shall receive five thousand dollars;
The Criminologist shall receive five thousand dollars;
The Fiscal Supervisor shall receive five thousand dollars;
The Superintendent of Charities shall receive five thousand dollars;
The Superintendent of Prisons shall receive five thousand dollars:

The Superintendent of Pardons and Paroles shall receive five thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTHI: The Director of Public Health shall receive six thousand dollars;

The Assistant Director of Public Health shall receive three thousand six hundred dollars;

The Superintendent of Lodging House Inspection shall receive three thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE: The Director of Trade and Commerce shall receive seven thousand Jollars;

The Assistant Director of Trade and Commerce shall receive four thousand dollars;

The Superintendent of Insurance shall receive five thousand dollars;

The Fire Marshal shall receive three thousand dollars;
The Superintendent of Standards shall receive twenty-five hundred

Jollars;

The Chief Grain Inspector shall receive five thousand dollars ;

Each Public Utility Commissioner shall receive seven thousand dollars;

The Secretary of the Public Utilities Commission shall receive four thousand dollars.

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION : The Director of Registration and Education shall receive five thou

sand dollars;

The Assistant Director of Registration and Education shall receive three thousand six hundred dollars;

The Superintendent of Registration shall receive four thousand two hundred dollars.

$ 13. Each officer whose office is created by this Act, except as otherwise specifically provided for in this Act, shall hold office for a term of four years from the second Monday in January next after the election of a Governor, and until his successor is appointed and qualified.

Three members of the Normal School Board first appointed shall hold office until the second Monday in January, A. D. 1919, three until the second Monday in January, A. D. 1921, and three until the second Monday in January, A. D., 1923. After the expiration of the terms of ofice of those first appointed, their respective successors shall hold oflice for a term of six years.

Of the Tax Commissioners first appointed one shall be appointed for a terin of six years, one for a term of four years, and one for a term of two years, from the first day of July, A. D., 1919. Thereafter as the respective terms of office expire their respective successors shall hold office for a term of six years.

$ 39-a. The State Tax Commission created by this Act shall, in its name, without any direction, supervision or control by the Director of Finance, exercise and discharge all duties now or hereafter imposed by law on it with reference to the assessment of property for taxation.

All clerical and administrative functions pertaining to the business of the Tax Commission shall be discharged by the Director of Finance who shall, for that purpose, act as its secretary and executive officer.

APPROVED June 19, 1919.

AGRICULTURE.

Who shall collect and tabulate.

COLLECTION OF STATISTICS. $ 1.

§ 3. When information to be delivered

to whom. $ 2.

Who shall furnish blanks-pre-
scribe form.

$ 4. Emergency.
(SENATE BILL NO. 122. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1919.)
An Act in relation to the collection of agricultural statistics.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: It shall be the duty of each assessor and deputy assessor, at the time provided by law for the assessment of property, to collect and tabulate such agricultural information and statistics as may be required by the Department of Agriculture.

§ 2. Such agricultural information and statistics shall be tabulated upon blanks furnished by the county clerk of each county and by him delivered to the assessors and deputy assessors in his county: Provided that the Department of Agriculture shall prescribe the form of such blanks.

§ 3. These blanks, properly filled out, shall be delivered by the assessors and deputy assessors to the county clerk of each county, not later than ten (10) days after the completion of the assessment of property, as provided by law. Not later than ten (10) days after the receipt of the blanks prepared by the assessors and deputy assessors, each county clerk shall forward these blanks to the Department of Agriculture.

§ 4. Whereas, an emergency exists, this Act shall take effect from and after its passage.

APPROVED June 28, 1919.

COMMISSION MERCHANTS-REGULATION.

$ 1.

$ 2.

$ 3.

Terms defined.

§ 6. Action subject to review,
To be licensed-application-fee. § 7. Commission merchant to keep

record of produce.
Applicant to give bond-amount
—who may bring action.

$ 8. Penalty for non-compliance of

law.
Investigation-notice of hearing
on complaints.

§ 9. Repeal.
When license may be refused or
revoked.

(HOUSE BILL NO. 62. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1919.)

$ 5.

An Act to regulate the consignment and sale on commission of farm

produce, and to repeal an Act therein named. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: (a) That the term commis

zion merchant shall include every person, firm, exchange, association and corporation licensed under this Act to receive, sell or offer for sale on commission, within this State, any kind of farm produce; except where such farm produce is sold for consumption and not for resale. This Act shall not apply to the sale of farm produce at public auction by a duly licensed and bonded auctioneer, acting as the agent of another to whom such farm produce shall have been consigned; nor shall this Act apply to seeds sold at retail; nor shall this Act apply to grains and seeds which are classified into grades by any governmental or State Department duly created by any law of the State of Illinois or of the United States.

(b) The term "Farm Produce” shall include all agricultural, horticultural, floricultural, vegetable and fruit products of the soil, and poultry, wool, feathers, fur, hides, eggs, dairy products, nuts and honey, but shall not include timber products, tea or coffee.

(c) The word "Director” when used herein shall have reference to the Director of Agriculture.

$ 2. On and after August first, Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen, no person, firm, exchange, association or corporation, shall receive, sell or offer for sale, or solicit consignments or shipments for sale on commission within this State, any kind of farm produce, without a license as provided in this Act. Every person, firm, exchange, association and corporation in this State receiving farm produce for sale on commission shall

, annually, on or before June 1st, file an application with the Director of Agriculture for a license to do a commission business in farm produce. Such applicant shall state the kind or kinds of farm produce which the applicant proposes to handle, the full name of the person, firm, exchange, association or corporation applying for such a license, and if the applicant be a firm, exchange, corporation or association, the full name of each member of the firm, or the names of the officers of the exchange, association or corporation, and the name of the local agent of the exchange or association, and the city, town or village and street number at which the business is to be conducted. Such applicant shall further satisfy the Director of his or its character, responsibility and good faith in seeking to carry on a commission business. The Director shall thereupon issue to such applicant, on payment of ten ($10) dollars and the execution and delivery of a bond as hereinafter provided, a license entitling the applicant to conduct the business of receiving and selling farm produce on commission at the place named in the application until the first day of July of the year next following. Separate licenses and bonds shall be required for each location at which business is to be conducted; and such license shall be kept posted in the office of such licensee.

$ 3. Before any such license shall be issued every applicant shall execute and deliver to the Director of Agriculture an indemnity bond for two thousand ($2,000) dollars and with sureties satisfactory to the said Director. All bonds to be of a standard form as to terms and conditions, approved by the Director, and to secure an honest accounting and handling of produce received and for the payment to the consignor of all moneys or things of value received for goods consigned to such

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