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SHORTHAND REPORTERS. $ 1. Judge of Probate Court to ap- $ 3. To take oath. point.

i 2. Duties of reporter—compensation.
(House BILL No. 126. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1919.)

AN ACT to authorize the judge of the Probate Court in any county of more than 70,000 inhabitants to appoint a shorth and reporter for the taking and preservation of evidence and firing the compensation to be paid therefor. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That in any county having a Population of more than seventy thousand according to the last Federal or State census, the judge of the Probate Court thereof shall be and he is hereby authorized to appoint a shorthand reporter for the said Prolate Court, whose duties shall be as hereinafter specified. The reporter 80 appointed shall hold his position during the pleasure of the judge 50 appointing him, not, however, to extend beyond the time the judge making such appointment shall be elected for: Provided, however, that in case of the absence or disability of such reporter so appointed, the said judge may appoint any other reporter to act in his place during such absence or disability. § 2. The said reporter shall take full stenographic notes of the evidence in making proofs of heirships and in the probating of wills and in all other cases coming before the said Probate Court for hearing or trial when directed by the judge of said court so to do. He shall furnish a transcript of the evidence of each proof of heirship and probating of a will for the files of the court, for which he shall receive as compensation from the party presenting the same such amount as shall be fixed by the judge of said court, not, however, to exceed the sum of fifteen cents for each hundred words in contested hearings, and in non-contested hearings such amount as shall be fixed by the judge of said court, not, however, to exceed five dollars for the probating of a will and two dollars for proof of heirship. In all other cases where the judge of said Probate Court shall direct the said reporter to take stenographic notes such reporter shall be allowed to charge not to exceed fifteen cents for each hundred words for making a transcript of same, to be paid by the Party on whose behalf such transcript is made. Said reporter shall have no other claim for compensation from the county or from the judge or clerk of the said Probate Court except as herein provided for the charges for such transcripts as are herein authorized to be taxed as costs. § 3. Said reporter shall, before entering upon the duties of his office, take and subscribe to the official oath to faithfully discharge the duties of his office to the best of his knowledge and ability. APPROVED June 28, 1919.

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SUPREME COURT.

§ 1. Amends section 11, Act of 1874. § 11. Marshall for Supreme Court—appointment — duties — compensation.

(House BILL No. 118. APPRoved MAY 14, 1919.)

AN ACT to amend an Act entitled, “An Act to revise the law in relation to the Supreme Court”, approved March 23, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, as amended by subsequent Acts, by amending section 11 thereof. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That section 11 of “An Act to revise the law in relation to the Supreme Court”, approved March 23, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, and Acts amendatory thereof, be amended so as to read as follows: § 11. A marshal for the Supreme Court is hereby created, such marshal to be selected by the Supreme Court, and the duties of such marshal shall be to attend upon its sittings and to perform such other duties, under the order and direction of the said court, as are usually performed by sheriffs of courts. The salary of such marshal is hereby fixed in the sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500.00) per year, payable monthly, such salary to be paid out of any moneys in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, upon bills of particulars, signed by any one of the justices of the Supreme Court. APPROVED May 14, 1919.

SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. § 1. Repeals section 2, Act of 1911. (House BILL No. 156. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1919.)

AN ACT to amend an Act to regulate the reporting of the decisions of the Supreme Court of this State, to fir the compensation of the reporter, to fia: the price of said reports, to provide for the purchase of certain copies thereof by the State and for their distribution, and repealing a certain Act therein named, approved June 5, 1911, by repealing section two (2) thereof. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That section two (2) of the Act of June 5, 1911, to regulate the reporting of the decisions of the Supreme Court of this State, to fix the price of said reports, to provide for the purchase of certain copies thereof by the State and for their distribution, and to repeal a certain Act therein named, reading as follows: “Section 2. The reporter shall print thirty-five hundred (3,500) copies of each volume of reports published by him and shall sell and dispose of the same on his own account. When the said thirty-five hundred (3,500) copies of any volume published by him shall be disposed of, the reporter shall certify that fact under oath to the Secretary of State, and shall thereupon assign the copyright and deliver the plates of said volume to the Secretary of State for the use of the State of Illinois, without charge to the State and shall thereupon cease to have any

interest in or control over said copyright and plates. The Secretary of State shall thereafter cause such number of copies to be printed and bound, at the expense of the State, as may from time to time be needed to supply the demand, and shall sell the same at a price not to exceed one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per volume, accounting to the State for the proceeds. Such books as printed and bound by the Secretary of State as herein provided shall be of the same quality as those published by the reporter,” be, and the same is hereby repealed. APPROVED June 28, 1919.

TERMS-HENDERSON COUNTY. # 1. Amends section 44, Act of 1874. § 44. When held. (House BILL No. 200. APProved JUNE 28, 1919.)

AN ACT to amend section 44 of an Act entitled “An Act to eartend the jurisdiction of County Courts and to regulate the practice thereof, to fir the time for holding the same, and to repeal an Act therein named” approved March 26th, 1874, in force July 1, 1874; as amended by Act approved and in force June 3, 1897. 132. LAw TERMs.] SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That section forty four (44) of an Act entitled “An Act to extend the jurisdiction of County Courts and to regulate the practice thereof, to fix the time for holding the same, and to repeal an Act therein named” approved and in force June 3, 1897, be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: § 44. Henderson, on the first Monday of February; the third Monday of June, and the second Monday of November; Whereas in consequence of the legal business of said county of Henderson, a term of said County Court is required in the month of June A. D. 1919, an emergency exists and therefore this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. APPROVED June 28, 1919.

TERM OF CIRCUIT COURT-PULASKI COUNTY. § 1. Creates additional term. § 3. Suits, etc., pending shall be cog- - nizable. ; 2. When held.

(House BILL No. 727. APPRovKD JUNE 29, 1919.)

AN ACT entitled. An Act to create an additional term of Circuit Court in the county of Pulaski, and to fir the time of holding the same. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That there be and is hereby created an additional term of the Circuit Court in the county of Pulaski. § 2. That said additional term of said court shall be held on the fourth Monday in the month of July of each year: Provided, that there shall be no grand or petit jury summoned for said July term of said court, unless by special order of a judge of said court, which order may he made either in term time or in vacation.

§ 3. That all suits, writs and processes of every kind and nature, either civil or criminal, heretofore commenced, or pending in said Circuit Court, or that may be pending therein, at the time this Act takes effect, shall be cognizable and triable at the first term of said Circuit Court after this Act takes effect.

APPROVED June 28, 1919.

CRIMINAL CODE.

ADVOCATING REFORMATION OR OVERTHROW OF GOVERNMENT.

§ 1. Adds sections 265a, 265b 265c, § 265d. Unlawful to attend 265d, 26.5e and 265f and 265g, such meeting. Division I, Act of 1874. § 265e. Unlawful for owner - $ 265a. Unlawful to advo- of building to perCate reformation mit same to be or overthrow of used for such form of govern- meeting. ment. § 265f. Unlawful to display § 265b. Unlawful to sell or certain emblems. distribute literature. § 265g. Penalty.

$ 265c. Unlawful to organize
society, etc.

(House BILL No. 300. APPROVED JUNE 28, 1919.)

AN ACT to amend an Act entitled: “An Act to revise the law in relation to criminal jurisprudence,” approved March 27, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, as amended, by adding to Division I thereof six sections, to be known as sections 265a, 305b, 265c, 265d, 265e, 265f and 265g. 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 revise the law in relation to criminal jurisprudence,” approved March 27, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, as amended, is amended by adding to Division I thereof, six new sections, to be known as sections 265a, 265b, 265c, 265d, 265e, 265f and 265g to read as follows: § 265a. It shall be unlawful for any person openly to advocate, by word of mouth or writing, the reformation or overthrow, by violence or any other, unlawful means, of the representative form of government now secured to the citizens of the United States and the several states by the Constitution of the United States and the constitutions of the several states. § 265b. It shall be unlawful for any person to publish, issue or knowingly sell or distribute any book, paper, document or other written or printed matter which advocates crime and violence, as a means of accomplishing the reformation or overthrow of the constitutional repre: sentative form of government so secured to the citizens of the United States and the several states. § 265c. It shall be unlawful for any person to organize, aid in the organization of, or become a member of any society or association, the object of which is to advocate the reformation or overthrow of the existing form of government, by violence or any other unlawful means.

§ 255d. It shall be unlawful for any person voluntarily and with knowledge of the purpose of such meeting or assembly to be present at any meeting or assembly at which the reformation or overthrow of the existing form of government, by crime and violence is advocated. § 265e. It shall be unlawful for any person owning, possessing or controlling the use of any room, building or other premises, knowingly to permit the same to be used as the headquarters of any organization which advocates crime and violence or as a meeting place for any meeting or assembly at which crime and violence is advocated, as a means of accomplishing the reformation or overthrow of the existing form of government. § 265f. It shall be unlawful to display or exhibit at any meeting, gathering or parade, public or private, any flag, banner, emblem or other insignia, symbolizing or intending to symbolize a purpose to overthrow by force or violence or by physical injury to person or property of the representative form of government now secured to the citizens of the United States and the several states by the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Illinois. § 265g. Any person who shall violate sections 265a, 26.5b, 265c of 265s of this Act shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and upon conviction therefor shall be punished by imprisonment in the penitentiary for a period of not less than one year nor more than ten years. Any person who shall violate sections 265d and 265e of this Act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction therefor shall be punished by a fine of not less than five hundred dollars ($500.00) nor more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00.), or by imprisonment in the county jail for a period of not less than six months nor more than one year, or both. APPROVED June 28, 1919.

BAIL–RECOGNIZANCE. i 1. Amends sections 8, 9 and 10, Di- $ 9. Recognizance entered vision III, Act of 1874. into voluntarily. $ 8. Who may examine bail. § 10. To be delivered to

clerk of court—liens terminated.

(SENATE BILL No. 105. APPRoved JUNE 28, 1919.)

AN ACT to amend sections 8, 9 and 10 of Division III of an Act entitled, “An Act to revise the law in relation to criminal jurisprudence,” approved March 27, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, as amended. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: Sections 8, 9 and 10 of Division III of an Act entitled, “An Act to revise the law in relation to criminal jurisprudence,” approved March 27, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, as amended, are amended to read as follows: $ 8. The court, judge, justice of the peace or officer may examine the bail, on oath, touching their sufficiency, and may receive other evidence for or against the same, in such manner as he may deem proper. § 9. Every recognizance taken or attempted to be taken in pursuance of this Act, shall, by all courts in this State, be held and

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